Last year, the LODI Group (parent company of Pioneer Automotive) acquired the assets of Automotive Technologies Products. Jack Cameron, vice president of sales and business developed, discussed the move and how it will impact warehousing and logistics operations.
Route4Me is an automated route planning and optimization software solution. Company founder and CEO Dan Khasis spoke to us about some common challenges when it comes to fleet routing, and how technology can help.
Darryl Barber is the enterprise marketing manager for the automotive industry at UPS. He spoke to Aftermarket Business World about his company’s role in aftermarket logistics, and emerging services for the automotive sector.
Julian Styles, director of sales and marketing for The Americas, at GaN Systems, recently answered a series of questions regarding the latest innovations in battery systems, vehicle electronics and electric vehicle development.
Mike Wagner is founder and CEO of Pittsburgh-based Target Freight Management, a third-party logistics company that leverages proprietary technology (including density analytics and other software) to help customers better manage their freight costs.
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.
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.
Mark Singer, director of marketing at Excelfore, spoke to us about the eSync platform and about his company’s plans to expand the use of the system in the automotive industry for vehicle fleet management.
Frank Granieri is the COO of A. Duie Pyle, a Northeast transportation and logistics provider. Granieri spoke to Aftermarket Business World about supply chain technology, outsourcing, and logistics challenges facing the aftermarket.
Cloud communication company Solace recently released a study on self-driving cars that found more than half of drivers would not buy an autonomous vehicle, regardless of cost. Aftermarket Business World spoke to Solace’s director of marketing communications, Cameron Conaway, about the findings.