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Southern Automotive Journal
July 2017 Issue

SAJ July issue

 

 

Is Virtual Steering The Future Of Automotive Collision Claims?

 

 

The Mopar is rolling out a new multi-faceted awareness campaign designed to both inform consumers of their "Right to Request"

 

Original Equipment (O.E.) collision parts and to highlight the benefits of choosing Mopar products over the aftermarket for collision repairs. The initiative will include a new informational ad that details the rights of owners to ask for O.E. parts for collision repairs.

Mitchell, uParts team up on IP procurement system "Mitchell Parts"

Mitchell Parts to integrate advanced electronic procurement capabilities within Estimating and Repair Management to streamline workflow and business operations

 

CalAmp instant crash detection, analysis based on airbag modeling

Read the rest of the story here on Collision Repair Magazine's website.

 

 


Nissan strengthens Alliance with acquisition of 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., ("Nissan") completed its acquisition of a 34 percent equity stake in Mitsubishi Motors ("MMC") and became its largest shareholder.MMC will also become part of the global Alliance with Nissan and Renault. With the addition of MMC, the Alliance will be in the world's top three automotive groups by global volumes, with sales of 10 million units in fiscal year 2016.

Nissan Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn announced that Nissan and MMC would collaborate on joint purchasing, deeper localization, joint plant utilization, common vehicle platforms, technology-sharing and an expansion of the companies' combined presence in both developed and emerging markets.

 

The "Take a Good Look" campaign, launched this year and discussed in this "On Target" newsletter to wholesalers and collision repairers, is meant to stress the value of original equipment manufacturer parts to customers — over perhaps what an insurer wants.

 

 

CNN investigates steering, DRPs and inadequate collision repairs

Collision-Repair Labor Rate Survey Reveals Gaps
Insurance Company Labor Rates Lagging Behind Collision Center Costs

Squeeze-Type Resistance Spot Welding How and Why - ViDEO

 


 

 

 

 


 

 

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