Some 3,600 suppliers and customers representing the remanufactured auto parts industry will be assembling at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre in The Netherlands for the June 23-25 ReMaTec 2019 exhibition.
Cambridge, Mass.-based PartsTech has built an electronic catalog that is intuitive to help improve the parts ordering process, make price and performance comparisons easier and returns simpler, all increasing the accuracy and efficiency of the repair.
As part of its national training efforts, Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket has joined forces with the Tire Industry Association (TIA) to co-sponsor the 2019 Certified Automotive Tire Service (ATS) Instructor Training Tour.
Around the time diagnostic technology had taken hold in the independent market, a very sage shop owner once noted that a big swap had occurred in the way problems were investigated: what used to take minutes to diagnose and a couple hours to fix, now took hours to diagnose and minutes to fix.
Thanks to a strategic partnership developed between the two companies over the past year, shop owners can now offer customers the ability to pay repair bills from the convenience of their mobile phones.
Ben Johnson, director of product management for Mitchell 1, participated in a discussion titled, “How Can Suppliers Help the Repair Community Service ADAS?,” during the AASA Technology Council (ATC) spring meeting, held April 4 in Dearborn, Michigan.
Standard Motor Products, Inc. tapped TFI Envision, Inc. again to help facilitate their 2019 Intermotor ‘Import Leader’ Automotive Scholarship Competition, which will present four deserving students with a $5,000 scholarship each.
DENSO announced it will invest approximately 180 billion yen (US$1.6 billion) over the next three years – from FY2018 to late FY2020 – to support its aggressive development and production of electrified automotive products, systems and technologies.
While it’s possible that elements of this long-sought trilateral trade deal could change as negotiations continue and industry reviews of the details remain ongoing, automotive executives are cautiously optimistic that the pending U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will ultimately be beneficial to the automotive sector.
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