For Dave Marsh, turning personal strengths into something of value as a professional is what has guided him in his 32-year career with General Motors.
Dave Marsh shares some of the wisdom he has accrued over three decades in the industry, as well as stories from the road.
The Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association (AWDA) has announced the passing of industry icon, mentor and colleague Tim Lee.
Especially now – during pothole season – shops and customers are paying for America’s crumbling infrastructure.
To help meet the growing U.S demand for aftermarket driveline and engine service products, ACDelco has launched an all-new line of Advantage bearings, including more than 160 new part numbers. The new line includes ball bearings, clutch release bearings, hanger bearings, hub assemblies, hub spindle kits, taper bearings and wheel bearings. According to the company,
ACDelco is offering a “100 Years, 100 Futures” scholarship program for students pursuing careers in the automotive industry. Launched as part of its centennial anniversary celebration, ACDelco will award $1,000 scholarships to 100 students enrolled in the GM ASEP program. The GM ASEP program operates through selected public colleges and universities across the country. “We
At this week’s Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX), ACDelco showcased several new products, including starters and alternators; General Motors OE gaskets, engine mounts and transfer cases; and window regulators and motors. New product details are as follows: • Seventy Professional new alternators and 38 Professional new starters cover 2014-1988 models from Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac,
ACDelco is simplifying the name of its Professional brake line, a move the company said will showcase the depth and breadth of the line’s all makes/models offerings and help installers and consumers better understand the choices within ACDelco’s good, better and best tiers. Specifically, ACDelco is simplifying its “better” aftermarket brake tier – which offer
General Motors announced it will reorganize its ACDelco field organization in the first quarter of 2016 in an effort to grow sales and strengthen its position in the independent aftermarket. As part of the reorganization, GM Customer Care and Aftersales will deploy five new ACDelco zone managers and 160 GM field employees throughout the U.S.
ACDelco is offering three new online diagnostic training courses to its TechConnect. The free Techline Information System (TIS2Web) courses are designed to support service professionals and independent shops who perform diagnostics and repair on General Motors vehicles. The new courses are Multiple Diagnostic Interface Familiarization, Global Diagnostic System and Global Diagnostic System GDS2/MDI. Multiple Diagnostic
ACDelco’s first product promotion of the year – “Take a Shot with ACDelco” – has begun and will run through March 31. The product promotion offers “Take a Shot” game tokens with the purchase of ACDelco batteries. According to ACDelco, each token is worth at least 10 earnPOWER points. Once tokens are earned, account participants
ACDelco introduced a new online parts catalog and stand-alone parts ordering system – the ACDelco Connection – for parts sales meant to replace WIP. “Staying a step ahead in today’s rapidly changing eCommerce world saves our customers time and money – the two big enablers of any successful independent service center,” said Stephen C. Sigg,