Tenneco Expands Servicegrams - Tire Review Magazine

Tenneco Expands Servicegrams

Tenneco continues to grow its technical flier series for its Monroe Shocks and Struts and Walker Emissions Control brands.

Tenneco continues to grow its technical flier series for its Monroe Shocks and Struts and Walker Emissions Control brands.

Click to Enlarge Servicegram

The Servicegrams are free and come out monthly. Designed for automotive service professionals and counter professionals, the program encompasses a wide array of service and product topics that provide additional insight into a repair process, troubleshooting process or frequently asked questions, Tenneco said.

“Monroe and Walker Servicegrams were designed to help provide critical technical information at precisely the right time to expedite a repair process, answer a common technical concern or help to troubleshoot a repair,” said Denise Hanefeld, brand manager at Tenneco. “We’re in constant contact with our Technical Resource Center, our field sales force and our industry partners to determine the best topics to publish monthly. We’re answering the needs of the technician in service bays across North America.”

Click to Enlarge Servicegram

The Servicegrams are available in English, French and Spanish and can be accessed online at monroe.com and walkerexhaust.com.

You May Also Like

Yokohama Rubber commits to SBTi validation for sustainable targets

This commitment letter pledges to set and submit targets that are aligned with the SBTi’s target-setting criteria within two years.

Yokohama-greenhouse-gasses-stock-

The Yokohama Rubber Co. submitted a commitment letter to the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi), the first step in gaining validation of science-based targets (SBTs) for greenhouse gas emission reductions that are scientifically consistent with standards established by the Paris Agreement.

This commitment letter pledges to set and submit targets that are aligned with the SBTi’s target-setting criteria within two years, Yokohama said. Companies are asked to set SBTs that target reducing emissions related to all of a company’s business activities, including direct emissions from their own operations as well as indirect emissions caused by other companies and customers.

Michelin sees steady sales volume in 2023 YOY, increases NA market sales

The company said sales for the year amounted to approx. $30.6 billion, down a slight 0.9% from 2022.

Michelin-Magog
Double Coin to participate in this year’s TMC trade show

Double Coin will showcase its EPA Smartway-verified truck tires including the FR610 steer, FD405 drive and the FT115 trailer position tires.

Double-Coin_TMC-1400
SRNA promotes director of product planning for Falken PLT tires

With more than two decades of experience in the tire industry, TJ Johnson is now coming up on eight years with SRNA.

Tsuyoshi-Johnson-SRNA
Ascenso Tires North America finds new president

Thomas Clark brings with him a three-decade-long career, marked by progressive responsibilities at companies such as Michelin and Carlstar Group.

Ascenso-Thomas-Clark

Other Posts

Turbo Wholesale Tires partners with LA Rams’s Kyren Williams

The All-Pro NFL running back will appear in promotional print and social media campaigns for Turbo Wholesale Tires.

turboCombo
VIP Tires & Service donates $275,000 to Make-A-Wish in 2023

Last year’s donation brings VIP’s total contribution to Make-A-Wish in recent years to over $1.275 million.

MAW-VIP-Tires-1400
Wes Samperio named Dunlop Motorcycle Tires’ product planning manager

Samperio has held several positions throughout his eleven years with SRNA, from warehouse operations to customer service to sales.

wes-samperio-dunlop-motorcycle-tires
SRNA names national sales manager (West) for commercial truck tires

Sam Williams has been with SRNA since 2016, most recently working as a senior strategic account manager.

Sam-Williams-SRNA-1400