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A Procrastinator’s Guide to Nace | Automechanika

Posted by Chief Automotive on Jul 24, 2017 3:11:28 PM



So it’s Monday and NACE | Automechanika starts on Wednesday. You’re cutting it close, but there is still time to get registered and make plans to see one of the industry’s biggest shows. With more than 600 exhibiting companies and 10,000 attendees, NACE Automechanika Chicago is set to lead the industry in a showcase of the latest technology covering the entire spectrum of the automotive aftermarket industry. The explosion of new technology in today’s vehicles means shops and technicians must keep pace. NACE Automechanika Chicago will be the venue for shop-level training in North America.

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Topics: Industry and Company News, MSO

NADA Turns 100

Posted by Chief Automotive on Jan 24, 2017 4:05:00 PM

Think of what your 100th birthday would be like…Probably a large cake(capable of holding 100 candles), your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren huddled around singing happy birthday. We would all more than likely envision a pretty low key gathering to celebrate such a huge milestone. I doubt however, any of us see ourselves living it up in New Orleans while we ring in our entrance to the century club, but that’s just what NADA is doing.

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Topics: Industry and Company News, Shop Tools, MSO

Start 2017 off right. Plan for your shop’s equipment purchases.

Posted by Chief Automotive on Dec 13, 2016 8:05:00 AM

What can make the New Year even happier? Getting some sweet new equipment in your shop to increase your productivity and your revenue. But here’s the thing: Without the proper preparation and budgeting, new equipment purchases can easily become a burden both financially and in terms of your physical space.

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Topics: Shop Tools, MSO

Free Ebook: Multi-Shop Operators & Efficiency

Posted by Chief Automotive on Aug 2, 2016 9:30:00 AM

If you haven’t done it recently, it might be time to examine the profitability of your various shops. And if you find there’s room for improvement, it’s time to start making some changes to increase efficiency.

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Topics: MSO