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Auto Care Data Standards Adoption in Colombia Gains Momentum

The Auto Care Association will host similar data standards adoption seminars in other key Latin American markets.

The Auto Care Association is helping to drive the adoption of United States automotive aftermarket data standards in Colombia, with Mercado Libre and Imotriz recently announcing their successful adoption of the association’s data standards for their Colombian marketplaces. Mercado Libre is the largest marketplace in Latin America, and Imotriz is an auto parts marketplace with coverage in Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica and Mexico. The association says this is a significant step forward for the adoption of data standards in Colombia and throughout Latin America. 

MAHLE, HELLA Sell BHTC Shares to AUO Corp.

Greater growth opportunities are anticipated for BHTC under the new ownership structure.

Allison Transmission Partners with Polish Defense Industry

The cooperation with Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa will strengthen the position of both companies in the defense market.

ATMC Awards Ceremony Set for Nov. 1 at AAPEX

The ASE Training Managers Council annual awards ceremony will take place from 5-7 p.m. at the Sands Expo Center.

Electrada, Daimler Partner on Electric Truck & Bus Charging

Electrada’s 360 Charging-as-a-Service solution will deploy to select Daimler customers in the US in 2024.

Daimler Electrada

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Snap-on Announces New Software Release

Available now, the release helps professional techs make faster work of automotive mysteries, Snap-on says.

Discount Tire Acquires Dunn Tire’s Retail Footprint

The acquisition marks Discount Tire’s entrance into New York markets.

Dunn Tire
APH’s Annual Fundraiser Raises $406,000 for WACOSA

Automotive Parts Headquarters’ 10-year grand total in supporting adults with disabilities has reached $2.3 million.

Alliance Names CVHD Program Manager

Mario Gonzalez assumed the position of Commercial Vehicle and Heavy Duty program manager, effective Oct. 1.