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Parts proliferation is about to get worse

The number of products needed to service and maintain vehicles of all kinds is growing at a rapid pace. In fact, perhaps too quickly, warned a recent report.

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DRiV to Add 1,400+ Part Numbers in 2023

DRiV, the aftermarket division of Tenneco, recently announced plans to increase coverage across its portfolio. During 2023, DRiV intends to introduce more than 1,400 new part numbers that will provide…

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New Welding Technology: Good or Bad?

In the highly competitive automotive industry, change is inevitable. Manufacturers are challenged to meet new government standards in fuel economy as well as improve safety in their vehicle designs.

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Holley Shares Fall 8.2% After Hours As CEO Retires, Preliminary 4Q Sales Decline

Shares of Holley Inc. declined 8.2% to $3.14 in after-hours trading on Monday after the company disclosed a change in leadership and lower-than-expected preliminary fourth-quarter results.

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Trusted Sellers Lead Platform’s Early Success in the $500 Billion US Automotive Parts Industry

Auto Parts 4Less Group, Inc. (OTCQB: FLES) (“Company”, “FLES”), proudly announces that AutoParts4Less.com, their leading multi-seller marketplace of automotive parts in the US, has set a…

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Seeing Machines and Mobileye to jointly target Aftermarket business

Seeing Machines Limited, the advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, announces that it has signed a …

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