Icahn Automotive Expands Race To 2026 Technician Recruitment Program To Avondale’s Universal Technical Institute
The program is a nationwide effort to recruit, train and retain automotive service technicians, and includes partnerships with leading technical schools to help fill an industry-wide talent gap of a projected 46,000 positions by 2026.
Investments in the automotive learning facility are part of a larger effort to address the industry’s technician shortage, a gap projected to grow to 46,000 positions by 2026.
This new program is part of a broader effort to help fill an industry-wide talent gap.
Kaner will share key insights on how Icahn Automotive is responding to changing industry dynamics at the upcoming 2019 Vision Conference hosted by the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) on Wednesday, April 3, at The Henry, Dearborn, Michigan.
The new program aims to recruit, train and retain technicians, helping to fill an industry-wide talent gap projected to grow to 46,000 positions by 2026.
The Northeast Florida service chain will retain its well-known brand and will continue to operate all locations.
The 10-location service provider expands the company’s presence in Northeast Florida.
Company launches “Car Care That Comes to You,” deploys mobile crew to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.
Recent acquisitions include 19 service centers and an NYC auto parts distribution business.
BS&F Auto Parts has been one of New York City’s leading auto parts suppliers for the past 37 years.
“We are excited to announce a multi-million-dollar expansion plan that includes new store openings, the extensive remodeling of several existing stores and the doubling of our parts inventory in the market,” said Icahn Automotive CEO Dan Ninivaggi.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome to the Icahn Automotive family more than 320 corporate-owned and franchised Precision Tune service locations in the U.S. and internationally,” said Daniel Ninivaggi, CEO of Icahn Automotive Group LLC.