According to MOPAR, the new-look website, developed for the U.S. market, was redesigned for today’s owners who demand the ability to schedule service, purchase a Mopar product, get answers to vehicle questions and much more — anytime, anywhere — without a phone call or in-store visit.
The WCL program recognizes facilities that meet set technical and managerial pillars in reducing waste and improving quality.
CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) has announced that FCA US LLC will promote select Mopar collision parts through the CCC Parts e-commerce solution to help increase collision parts sales for the company and it dealers in the U.S.
Administered by the United States Green Building Council, the Mopar distribution center is the fourth FCA US facility to receive the elite designation.
Similar to the World Class Manufacturing (WCM) methodology, WCL empowers distribution operations through FCA US LLC to systematically reduce waste and improve quality by focusing on 10 technical and 10 managerial key pillars.
The Mopar “Top Tech” awards are just one initiative used by FCA US to retain and grow its pool of technicians.
With an additional PDC opened earlier this year in Winchester, Virginia, FCA US has invested $22.6 million in 2017 to strengthen its parts distribution network in the U.S.
The 400,000-plus square-foot facility represents a $12.2 million investment by FCA US and more than 70 jobs over two shifts. It is the first of two new Mopar PDCs scheduled to open in the U.S. this year.
The Mopar “Top Tech” program, introduced in 2014, recognizes elite-performing technicians in categories including fixed first visit scores, dealership tenure and training achievements.