• Egan Hernandez of Industrial Parts Depot, which designs, manufactures and distributes diesel and gasoline engine replacement parts for a wide range of applications, including large trucks, discusses the company's training and distribution.
  • Randy Swart, COO of A. Duie Pyle, a transportation and logistics provider that offers LTL, truckload and custom distribution services across the northeastern U.S., discusses the e-commerce and the challenges of expedited shipping.
  • Bosch North American Regional President Colin Fielding recently provided information about the company’s worldwide electric vehicle (EV) efforts in response to a series of questions posed by Aftermarket Business World.
  • Joe Madden, principal analyst at Mobile Experts, discusses the company's report on automotive Internet of Things (IoT) devices, in which the firm predicted that overall wireless IoT module shipments for automotive will triple by 2021.
  • Harald Desjarlais, automotive industry specialist at Loftware, spoke to Aftermarket Business World about the complexity of labeling and how the right labeling solution can improve supply chain operations.
  • Some 15,000 technicians and other civilian, governmental and military commanders and managers have received EV instruction from Craig Van Batenburg in more than seven countries and 46 states.
  • Mark Wheeler, director of warehouse solutions at Zebra Technologies, discusses barcode technology in the automotive industry.
    Mark Wheeler
  • Terry O’Day, EVgo’s vice president of product strategy and market development, answered questions about its deal with Volkswagen to host, install and maintain a network of electric vehicle charging stations across the U.S.
  • Brian Daugherty, chief technology officer of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), spoke to Aftermarket Business World about the organization’s priorities for the coming year.
    Brian Daugherty
  • Headquartered in Suwanee, Ga., Omix-ADA is the largest independent manufacturer and wholesaler of Jeep, truck and off-road parts, accessories and floor liners, according to Director of Marketing Henk Van Dongen.
  • Nadeem Mazhar, CEO of Custom Technology Solutions, an IT and asset management services company, discusses changes in the financial markets that could impact asset and inventory management.
    Nadeem Mazhar
  • Miles Johnson, Hyundai Motor America’s senior manager of quality, service and technology public relations, answered questions from Aftermarket Business World about the automaker’s technological innovations.
  • Bob Cushing answered several questions posed by Aftermarket Business World about the marketing and management programs that Advance Auto Parts offers to its commercial customers.
    Bob Cushing
  • Bob Greenwood, president and CEO of the Automotive Aftermarket E-Learning Centre in British Columbia, discusses the interconnectedness of the U.S. and Canadian aftermarkets.
    Bob Greenwood
  • Tom Wood, senior product market manager for Epicor’s automotive division, discusses the use of automatic identification technology in the aftermarket with Aftermarket Business World.
  • Brake Parts Inc (BPI) president and CEO David Overbeeke discussed with Aftermarket Business World the latest developments in the braking systems category.
    David Overbeeke
  • Mark-Tami Hotta, CEO of the Transportation Research Center, discusses the $45 million expansion of TRC’s 450-acre Smart Mobility Advanced Research and Test Center for automated and autonomous vehicle testing.
  • Headquartered in Cuernavaca, Mexico with a U.S. office in Dallas, Intran is a contract manufacturer of automotive components. CEO Juan Cintrón discusses  aftermarket trade between the U.S. and Mexico.
    Juan Cintrón
  • Darryl Barber, marketing manager for UPS’ automotive segment, discusses the challenges the aftermarket faces when it comes to multi-channel commerce.
    Darryl Barber
  • Digitalization of automotive repair and component sales, complemented with advanced technology incorporations in the automobile aftermarket component manufacturing, is expected to boost the market growth.