AMN Drivetime: GB Remanufacturing’s Michael Kitching
Kitching says he’s proud to be part of the industry as reman gets the sustainability attention it deserves.
AMN Drivetime: Daryl Benton
Benton talks about innovating for the future as the Purolator brand celebrates 100 years.
AMN Drivetime: Dr. Thomas Litzinger
Bill Babcox chats with Dr. Thomas Litzinger, who was named executive director of the University of the Aftermarket last fall.
Tackling hurdles auto dealerships face when gearing up for EVs
The plethora of EV charging options can be overwhelming, but the key is to seek out an individualized solution.
AMN Drivetime: Rick Maxwell
Rick and Bill talk about what it means to continue the legacy of a family business.
Affordability slows the road to electrification in the U.S.
The global shift to EVs is happening at different speeds as individual markets face varying challenges to adoption.
Three reasons why brake pad selection is important in EVs
You want to make sure that your brake pad selection stays quiet, goes green and lives a long EV life.
NRS Brakes highlights proper brake pad selection as EV sales rise
Crafted from galvanized steel for superior protection and durability, NRS Galvanized Brake Pads guarantee consistent and quality performance.
AMN Drivetime: Dave Caracci
Dave Caracci is a guy who can wield a wrench as deftly as he can a sales pitch.
AMN Drivetime: Marc Blackman, Bill Long, Paul McCarthy
In mid-November, the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) made a major announcement about a new business structure to better position the organization and the vehicle supplier community for the future. The 118-year-old organization will now operate under one umbrella — MEMA — and will represent automotive and commercial vehicle suppliers with two groups: MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers
AMN Drivetime: John Gamauf
John Gamauf is a 50-year veteran of the tire industry. Starting out with Firestone as a tire buster in the late 60s, he rose through the company’s ranks working in different sales positions for Bridgestone brands until he became president of consumer replacement tires for Bridgestone/Firestone North America consumer tire company in 2003. During his
MEMA announces plan to position organization for the future
MEMA has announced a new business structure to better position the organization and the vehicle supplier community for the future. The 118-year-old organization will now operate under one umbrella — MEMA — and represent automotive and commercial vehicle suppliers with two groups: MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Group and MEMA Original Equipment Suppliers Group. Over recent decades,