“The adoption of heavy-duty product information standards will enable the aftermarket to generate new sales opportunities,” said Sheila Andrews, director of HDDA and Heavy Duty Markets for the Auto Care Association.
Companywide, Bendix meets the requirements for quality management systems that are used to enhance customer satisfaction while meeting organizational strategic goals.
Subject matter experts from the manufacturer, distributor and data service provider sectors for the heavy-duty aftermarket will be involved with defining the attributes for the 20 product categories.
The resource center will serve as an integral part of the standards project, which will include the standardization of product information communication across more than 8,200 key components for 150 heavy-duty vehicle systems.
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The American Petroleum Institute has licensed approximately 400 CK-4 and more than 60 FA-4 oils submitted by large, medium and small oil marketers.