Brown succeeds Chuck Rotuno who has been named executive chairman.
Three key parts industry players discuss the impact of COVID-19 and what the future of OEM parts sales looks like.
Mazda is the 10th OEM to adopt RepairLink to facilitate its online OEM parts marketing program.
The Center of Excellence certification is awarded to contact centers that meet or surpass rigorous standards for customer service when compared with peer organizations across North America.
As part of the transaction, current investors Ford Motor Co. and General Motors will each retain their minority investments in the company.
The integration will allow shops to stay within their existing R.O. Writer software to procure OEM parts.
OEC associates donated more than 640 hours of labor to a number of charitable organizations and services.
OEC’s MyPriceLink is a service that delivers real-time dynamic list pricing on OE collision parts based on timing and local market conditions.
The OEC sponsorship allowed participating students to access an interactive curriculum taught by two certified TECH CORPS instructors, a Camp Kit that included supplies and software, evaluations and assessments, training and ongoing support.
NorthCoast 99 recognizes great places for top talent to work that drive results, provide competitive advantages and allow businesses to innovate and grow.
Kia is the 23rd automotive dealer network in North America to use CollisionLink to facilitate their parts marketing program.
Clifford Thames brings complementary products and services to the OEC portfolio, as well as an international footprint and heritage that will help drive global growth for the company.