ASA has announced the 2018 Technology & Telematics Forum will take place in conjunction with the 2018 NACE Automechanika Show at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.The half-day program will begin at 1 pm on Wednesday, August 8th and conclude at 6 pm.
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Massachusetts (AASP/MA) is urging members of the Massachusetts collision repair industry to file complaints with the state's Auto Damage Appraiser Licensing Board (ADALB) when they receive original insurance estimates that include damaged recycled parts.
Through the initiative, collision repair industry professionals can donate to help military members get the training and tools needed to get jobs in the collision repair industry and receive great prizes along with their support of an important cause.
The need to stay authentic in a world where technology continues to blur the lines between reality and artificiality is the driving force behind the BASF’s 2018-19 Automotive Color Trends theme – “Keep it Real.”
3M Automotive Aftermarket Division, along with the Collision Repair Education Foundation, is putting its effort to provide collision repair education opportunities for military members into high gear this year, launching the 3M Hire Our Heroes 500 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Local employees from the three companies worked together as part of the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides program after hearing the stories of U.S. Army veteran Leon Swain and the family of Micah and Cameron Cortez.
The solution, called eCyber, is suited for both OEMs and the aftermarket. The eCyber technology, for which ERM has already registered a patent in Israel, is due to be available in the 4th quarter of 2018 for all of the company's customers and partners in 68 countries worldwide.
The National Auto Body Council announces that asTech, a new member partner of its growing membership base, has agreed to provide at no charge an inventory of asTech devices for NABC’s signature Recycled Rides program.
The graduation celebrations took place at Service King locations in seven different states across the U.S. as the organization continues its commitment to training and developing the next generation of skilled workers.
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