James O’Dell has served as the business development manager for Fisher Auto Parts in Ann Arbor, Michigan, since 2019.
MEMA leaders sat down with Bill Babcox to share updates on the association’s realignment announced in November.
Economic data is often out of date before it’s been analyzed – but here’s current information about the auto aftermarket.
Planning and preparation help – faith in our automotive partners is absolutely critical.
The Auto Care Association/AASA Joint Channel Forecast shares the forecast for 2023 as well.
Event will tackle weighty issues like supply chain, war disruptions and long-term impacts and more.
Participants represented a wide range of light vehicle aftermarket job functions, geographies and experiences.
Inventory shortages, rising prices contribute to high demand as consumers maintain and upgrade their current cars.
NPD’s Nathan Shipley looks at the many moving pieces attributing to the industry’s recent spike in demand.
Results of extensive analysis of automotive parts & accessories websites in the U.S. and Canada.
The Joint Channel Forecast Model, produced jointly by AASA and the Auto Care Association, predicts sales to total $316.4 billion through 2020.
The New Aftermarket Reality: Road Ahead Requires Collaboration, Shared Vision And Planning For The Connected Aftermarket
As advanced technologies and the increased complexity of vehicles change “business as usual” in the automotive aftermarket, new strategies are needed for the industry’s continued growth and success, says Bill Long, AASA president and chief operating officer.