MEMA Boss Talks Industry Challenges, Chances
Paul McCarthy, president and CEO of MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers, sees ‘Opportunity and Upside’ in ADAS.
MEMA Leaders Discuss The Association’s Future
MEMA leaders sat down with Bill Babcox to share updates on the association’s realignment announced in November.
MEMA’s Plans Better Position Organization for the Future
New structure will strengthen the voice and influence of vehicle suppliers and align MEMA with the industry’s transformation.
AASA: New Legislation, EVs & New AASA Supply Chain Forum
At its most recent media call, AASA discussed how AASA and MEMA are advocating on behalf of suppliers.
MEMA’s Bill Long Strives To Understand Before Being Understood
In this edition of AMN Drivetime, MEMA’s Bill Long shares a few key mantras gleaned from an incredible career.
AMN Drivetime: Bill Long Seeks First To Understand (Video)
In this edition of AMN Drivetime, Long shares a few key mantras – and a few very cool photos from his incredible career.
MEMA And Suppliers Meet With Vice President Mike Pence At The White House
The meeting was part of MEMA’s ongoing effort to work with the Trump administration on policies that impact motor vehicle suppliers across the country.
MEMA And Shiloh Testify On CAFE Standards
The joint testimony stated that continuous improvement in these standards along with achieving the goals set forth in the One National Program will preserve long-term supplier investments and employment, provide clarity for suppliers to continue to invest in the U.S., and ensure that the U.S. remains a global mobility technological leader, ultimately benefitting our environment.
MEMA Responds To Trump Administration Announcement Of Steel And Aluminum Tariffs On Canada, The European Union And Mexico
Many specialty steel and aluminum materials imported by motor vehicle suppliers are used by hundreds of vehicle parts manufacturers operating in an integrated, complex global supply chain.
AASA’s Bill Long Extols Industry’s Broad Range Of Possibilities And Opportunities
“It has been a great year for the aftermarket,” said Bill Long, president and chief operating officer of AASA at the Member & Media Briefing at AAPEX Tuesday morning. “We are a huge industry that continues to show steady growth in the face of drastically changing vehicle technologies, placing our industry at $268 billion by the end of 2016.”
MEMA-Commissioned Study: Nearly 10,000 Deaths Could Be Prevented With Greater Use Of Driver Assistance Technologies
A new study from The Boston Consulting Group shows that advanced driver assistance systems could avert almost 30 percent of crashes, but stakeholders must take action to spur increased advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) adoption. If widely adopted, ADAS could generate tremendous benefits to society, sharply reducing the number, cost and severity of automotive accidents, says a new study from The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).