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TEXA And CAS Reach Distribution Agreement For TEXA Scan Tools

The TEXA scan tool application coverage adds five key areas of capabilities in the CAS product lineup, including motorcycle, marine, off-highway and agricultural, super cars and heavy-duty trucks.

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TEXA USA and CAS have come to a distribution agreement for the TEXA line of scan tools. The TEXA scan tool application coverage adds five key areas of capabilities in the CAS product lineup, including motorcycle, marine, off-highway and agricultural, super cars and heavy-duty trucks.

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During recent training sessions for all CAS employees, Dario Peruch,TEXA’s director for North American sales, said, “Having CAS as a major distributor fits perfectly with our desired model. CAS has a good reputation in the industry plus a technical sale force that TEXA looks for as we expand and grow our North America distribution channel. We are excited to be working with them.”

CAS Owner John Jenkins stated that the attraction to the TEXA product line is based on a number of factors. He noted that it is a great scan tool that is PC based, offering scan tool diagnostic solutions for many areas, making it a very exciting tool for CAS to offer. In addition, the TEXA scan tool systems annual update costs are reasonable and this tool does not shut down when the subscription expires, according to the company. The tooling includes not only scan data but bi-directional controls, service information, component locator info and wiring diagrams for each of the major applications and CAS says it is a great value for customers.

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Using Bluetooth-based wireless technology, the TEXA TXT interface can be used with all five of the software applications. Shops can purchase one adapter and then choose the areas of diagnostic scanning they want to address.

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