Mary DellaValle, Author at aftermarketNews
GM EV Drivers Gain Access to Tesla Supercharger Network

The network will be open to GM EV drivers starting in 2024 and will initially require the use of an adapter.

Meyer Distributing Announces Hurricane, Utah, Location

This hub houses one of the largest inventories of automotive accessories, crash parts, and RV parts in the region.

AMT Opens of State-of-the-Art Facility

The new facility is designed to empower collaboration for the company’s industrial automation and robotic solutions.

Mullen Taps Ronald Dixon for Federal EV Fleet Sales Push

Dixon will serve as general manager of government sales with a focus on U.S. government vehicle procurement programs.

Ziebart Named a Top Michigan Workplace

This is the second consecutive year Ziebart is being honored for providing a positive workplace culture.

AASA: Aftermarket Resiliency Overshadows Industry Disruptors

The association discussed a range of topics, from challenges like inflation to bright spots like the upcoming AAPEX Show.

Cover Story: Fast Track to Success

At Autel U.S., intense customer focus and product innovation fuel growth.

‘Do What is Right’

AP Emissions Technologies’ Vange and Pete Proimos on defining and upholding excellence.

AASA: New Legislation, EVs & New AASA Supply Chain Forum

At its most recent media call, AASA discussed how AASA and MEMA are advocating on behalf of suppliers.

AASA: Age of Disruption Brings Out Aftermarket’s Best

AASA’s Q1 media call on Feb. 21 highlighted some very positive indices for the aftermarket.

AMN Executive Interview: Brian Kaner And Laura Soave Of Icahn Automotive Group LLC

This Executive Interview started with a brief recap of Icahn Automotive Group’s “Race to 2026” initiative that’s addressing the service-technician shortage facing the automotive repair industry and launched on Feb. 19 at the Universal Technical Institute training facility in Mooresville, North Carolina.

Consumer In-Vehicle Internet Connectivity On The Rise

Recent survey results from Metova, a global provider of mobile, connected car, connected home and IoT solutions, revealed that more than half of respondents own a car that connects to the internet — either directly or via their phone.