• Kaleb Silver, senior product manager at Hunter Engineering, spoke to Aftermarket Business World about the impact of new vehicle technologies on product development.
    Kaleb Silver
  • Hundreds of mobile automotive technicians aligned with YourMechanic are making housecalls to homes and workplaces to render convenient diagnostic, repair and maintenance services.
    Lee Senderov
  • Ryan Driscoll, marketing director at fleet management solution provider GPS Insight, spoke to Aftermarket Business World about how fleet systems can affect vehicle operations.
    Ryan Driscoll
  • Steve Hughes, VP of supplier development, government affairs and logistics at Centric Parts, discussed shipping alternatives during the Hanjin shipping crisis and bankruptcy.
    Steve Hughes
  • Larry Pavey, CEO of the the Automotive Parts Services Group, spoke to Aftermarket Business World about recent supplier evaluations that included discussions about Internet strategies and telematics.
    Larry Pavey
  • Mike Fitzgerald, executive vice president and general manager of the new Innova Telematics Solutions division, spoke to Aftermarket Business World about the company's new offerings.
    Mike Fitzgerald
  • BeBop Sensors of Berkeley, Calif., recently unveiled an Automotive Occupant Classification System (OCS) that features embedded car seat sensors with intelligent car occupant sensing technology for safer airbag deployment.
    Keith McMillen
  • President Stuart Compton attributes 70 percent of AutoCustoms' 2015 sales to Google AdWords, “which turned this small startup’s advertising budget into big results.”
    Stuart Compton
  • Earlier this year, logistics giant DHL released a white paper, “Quiet Revolution: Convergence and the Future of Automotive Supply Chain,” outlining the convergence of the auto sector and high-tech industries. The growing importance of technology vendors has altered the automotive supply chain and introduced new risks.
    Michael Martin
  • Chris Sutton, vice president of U.S. automotive retail at J.D. Power, spoke to Aftermarket Business World about the company's 2016 CSI study, which shows satisfaction rates for recall-related repairs declined this year for the first time in six years.
    Chris Sutton
  • GM’s office in the Dubai World Trade Centre oversees the sales and service operations for 20 dealerships in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Dubai, Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen.
  • Openbay founder and CEO Rob Infantino describes his company as “an online marketplace transforming the auto repair experience for consumers, and the way that service providers acquire and service customers.”
    Rob Infantino
  • Automile CEO Jens Nylander spoke to Aftermarket Business World about the San Francisco-based startup company and the telematics market.
    Jens Nylander
  • Based in Sofia, Bulgaria, Carista has recently rolled out a major update and redesign of its OBD2 mobile application that “enables drivers to seamlessly diagnose, customize and service their cars.”
    Todor Kalaydjiev
  • Taking stock of an initial product rollout in August, Jeff Hammock, founder and CEO of MechOptix, says that the company’s automatic brake light technology has struck a chord with consumers and distributors.
    Jeff Hammock
  • Parts Detect is a free mobile application that helps automotive service and repair professionals find aftermarket and OEM parts within seconds and have them delivered.
    Stan Mirzayev
  • Debra Levy, president of the Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) and managing director of Auto Glass Week, discusses the importance of proper training for glass repair and replacement technicians and other aspects of the industry:
    Debra Levy
  • Perfecto Mobile helps companies test and improve mobile applications, including in-vehicle apps. Carlo Cadet and Chris Willis of the company's marketing department spoke to Aftermarket Business World about their efforts in the automotive space.
    Carlo Cadet
  • Serving the U.S., Canada and several other global markets, CAM International has found success as a re-distributor of aftermarket parts, accessories and heavy duty components by implementing an effective array of methods for handling stocklifts, change-overs, buybacks and overstock inventories.
    Tim McGee
  • ABI Research forecasts that nearly 203 million vehicles will ship in 2022 that are equipped with software over-the-air (SOTA) update capabilities. With recalls on the rise, the ability to provide software and firmware updates remotely could help reduce the cost and inconvenience of some types of vehicle fixes.
    Susan Beardslee