Amy Antenora - Editor, aftermarketNews
Virtual AAPEX Keynote: Aftermarket is Resilient

At Virtual AAPEX, association leaders and industry executives shared a consistent message: the automotive aftermarket continues to be resilient despite crisis.

virtual-aapex-keynote 5 Minutes with Sean Lannoo, Sales Technical Training Specialist for Continental

In this Aftermarket News installment of “Five Minutes With,” we get to know Sean Lannoo, sales technical training specialist for Continental’s Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket business unit.

Myers Industries Reports Select Preliminary 2018 Third Quarter Financial Information

The company has reported net sales of approximately $135 million, flat to the third quarter of last year.

AMN Industry Q&A: James McGonagle, Head of Aftermarket Sales North America For Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket

In’s Q&A profile, James McGonagle, head of aftermarket sales North America for Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket, talks about trends influencing Continental’s aftermarket products today and the return of the ATE brand in North America.

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MEMA Issues Statement Following Launch Of DOC Probe Into Auto Tariffs

Following reports that the U.S. Commerce Department has launched a probe into whether it could raise tariffs on auto imports to 25 percent as a matter of national security, MEMA has issued a statement urging the Trump administration to rethink its plan.

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A Sit Down with the Auto Care Association’s Bill Hanvey

Bill Hanvey recently took over as president and CEO of the Auto Care Association in December, following the retirement of longtime leader Kathleen Schmatz. Hanvey lets us in on a few of his priorities for the association in 2016 and beyond. Bill, we’ve known each other for a number of years now – first during your time

Thinking Twice About China: Global Automakers Pull Back As Sales Slow Down

According to a Wall Street Journal report, global automakers such as General Motors (GM) and Volkswagen (VW) are now running their plants at less than full capacity for the first time, and canceling shifts. For the past several years, China has been the carrot that everyone in the automotive industry has been reaching for. A

A Sit Down with Joergenrud of Robert Bosch

[Editor’s note: This interview first appeared in Tire Review’s sister publication aftermarketNews.]Odd Joergenrud, regional president of the North America Automotive Aftermarket Division of Robert Bosch, sits down to discuss Bosch’s extensive investment in R&D, the rapid pace of product development and the company’s passion to protect its intellectual property. Last month, Robert Bosch announced a

Parts Fake Out: Counterfeiting a Growing Crime; Tire Dealers Can Be Held Liable

Counterfeiting a Growing Crime; Tire Dealers Can Be Held Liable