AAPEX: Auto Assoc. Presidents Talk EV, E-Commerce & More
Consumers are purchasing more aftermarket goods online, and more EVs are on the road now than ever before.
New AAPEX Blog Shares Automotive Aftermarket Trends
The AAPEX Blog is designed to keep attendees ahead of the curve year-round as the automotive aftermarket faces near-constant change.
Howard Laster Named to AASA Board of Governors
The Board of Governors of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) has named Howard Laster to its board of governors. Laster is the North American head of aftermarket for Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket.
AAPEX One of the Fastest Growing Trade Shows
AAPEX has been named one of the Top 25 fastest growing shows in attendance by Trade Show News Network (TSNN).
Associations Urge Government to Protect Consumer Choice with Vehicle Technology
The Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) and the Motor & Equipment Remanufacturers Association (MERA) are asking the U.S. Copyright Office to protect consumer choice by allowing the independent aftermarket greater access to software-enabled components and parts. Commenting on the Copyright Office’s “Software-Enabled Consumer Products Study,” AASA and MERA noted that U.S. copyright laws currently grant exemptions
Registration Open for Next Week’s Vehicle Safety Inspection Forum
Registration is still open for the Nov. 14 Vehicle Safety Inspection and Maintenance Forum in East Norriton, Pa. The forum, hosted by the Automotive Service Association (ASA) and Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), will address the importance of periodic motor vehicle inspection programs and what can be done to protect these programs. Forum participants include
Schluentz to Keynote at AASA Technology Conference
The Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) has announced Mark Schluentz as its keynote speaker for the 2014 AASA Technology Conference. The conference is scheduled for Oct. 5 – 7 in Marco Island, Fla. Schluentz is a market segment leader for Sensta Technologies. In his address – “Convergence of Mechanical and Digital” – Schluentz will discuss