The new release includes 17 brake wear sensors, featuring nine automotive sensors and eight truck sensors.
The company has hired David Sapp, previously an Auto Plus Auto Parts account manager, as its new assistant product manager.
DMA was recognized with the Content and Omnichannel Award and the Marketing and Advertising Award.
Jonathan Dozier will play a crucial role in driving operational efficiency, fostering a collaborative work environment and ensuring the continued success of DMA’s Marion, South Carolina, facility.
DMA is showcasing its latest heavy-duty shock absorbers, cab shocks and steering dampers at HDAW.
Chuck Hise brings experience in technology, sales and business development with previous roles at Cardone, WAI, Uni-Select and WHI Solutions.
Philip Champion will serve as the company’s DC manager for its Tabor City Distribution Centers.
Improvements will include new flooring and an updated warehouse management system.
Aparajita Mishra’s experience and language skills are anticipated to be beneficial as DMA expands its global factory partners.
The line encompasses air struts, springs and shocks, coil springs, control arms and small chassis components.
Fontana brings over 30 years of expertise in the heavy-duty aftermarket to DMA.
Ciccone brings a wealth of experience spanning product development, marketing, supply chain management and customer service.