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Free ASE Webinar On Low- And High-Pressure Leaks

The webinar will be presented by Mark Hawkins from Redline Detection.

GM Chooses Redline Detection For Essential Program

GM dealer locations will receive the tool between August and December 2020.

Redline Detection Smoke Machines Are Now Compatible With Nitrogen

Redline equipment has been chosen for mandatory essential tool programs by some of the world’s largest OEMs: Mazda, Nissan, Infiniti, Jaguar Land Rover, Subaru, Tesla, Volvo and others.

Redline Detection Names Steve Marek As Regional OEM Account Manager

Marek comes to Redline with 19 years of experience at Midtronics, where he spearheaded OEM sales.

Penske Adopts Redline PowerSmoke Technology

The high-pressure diagnostic leak detection system will be used across more than 250 Penske locations.

David Merendino Joins Redline Detection As Senior Account Executive

Merendino comes to Redline from Bosch Service Solutions, where he was a strategic account manager. He has experience as a field technical specialist in automotive diagnostics, and began his career as a mobile tool distributor.

Steve Jordan Joins Redline Detection As Senior Account Executive, Mobile Channel 

Jordan comes to Redline from 19 years at Bosch North America, where he built strategic alliances with automotive OEM manufacturers and implemented distribution programs.

Redline Detection Sponsors TMC SuperTech Challenge

Over a hundred of the best heavy-duty technicians in the country are competing at 36 stations to crown the Grand Champion of the National Technician Skills Competition.

Redline Detection Announces Michael Hosch As Director Of Aftermarket Programs

Hosch has been in the diagnostic tool aftermarket for 37 years, first with Sun Electric, then Snap-on, Vetronix, Bosch and now Redline.

Volvo Trucks, Mack Trucks Choose Redline Detection HD Product For All Dealer Locations

Redline Detection says its equipment has been chosen for more OEM mandated tool and equipment programs than any other diagnostic leak detection maker in the past decade. The technology is OEM-mandated or deemed as essential equipment in 112 countries, according to Redline.