As more automakers plan for using over-the-air (OTA) software updates to improve vehicle performance and reduce the time and cost required to implement these updates at dealerships, concerns have risen about security and safety.
eBay announces their latest auto feature, Shop by Diagram, which lets shoppers use interactive schematics to determine which parts are necessary, and then quickly making the exact items they need available for purchase.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the global automotive adhesives and salants market reveals that increased adoption of high-performance products are expected to drive new growth opportunities and revenues.
Tim J. Boxeth, marketing manager at 3M Commercial Solutions, recently discussed some of the application intricacies and training opportunities available for industry professionals interested in offering vehicle wrapping services to their clientele.
According to industry associations, U.S. tariffs – which are designed to address trade imbalances and increase onshore manufacturing – could potentially raise consumer prices and lead to domestic job cuts.
As the senior marketing manager at lighting producer Lumileds, Ann-Marie Hines is responsible for the implementation and execution of the product and marketing plans for United States, Canada and Mexico.
New innovations in the warehouse will be driven by increasing supply chain velocity. Earlier this year Zebra Technologies released its “Future of Fulfillment” study, a survey of professionals in the logistics, retail and manufacturing segments.
Hedges & Company, a digital marketing agency serving the automotive aftermarket, has published its annual automotive parts & accessories forecast for online retailing. The new forecast shows online auto parts sales in 2018 will be over $10 billion.
The overall carsharing vehicle parc is expected to top 1.2 million in 2018, driven by motorists’ desires to use alternative modes of transportation, the rise in employee mobility options and environmental concerns.