Articles by Brian Albright

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.
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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.
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In April, Ford dropped a bombshell in its quarterly earnings report – the company planned to discontinue almost its entire North American line-up of cars, retiring the Fusion, the C-MAX, Taurus and Fiesta by 2020.
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John Kramer is the VP for North American operations at The Floow, a UK-based telematics and fleet management company. Kramer has a background in both telematics and the insurance industry.
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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.
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RecsLock has teamed up with the Independent Automotive Damage Appraisers (IADA) Association to help shops ensure they are up-to-date on permitting, but at a lower cost than managing the entire process themselves. 
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Berg Insight issued a report that found the active fleet management systems deployed in North America was growing a CAGR of 15 percent, and is expected to reach 13.5 million by 2021. We spoke to Rickard Andersson, senior analyst at Berg Insight, about the report.
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Despite being early tech adopters, drivers of connected cars are not keen on making the shift to self-driving cars, according to a new survey from connected vehicle data technology specialist Solace. 
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