Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association

Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association
4460 Brookfield Corporate Drive, Suite H, Chantilly VA 20151-1671  Phone:703-968-2772  Fax:703-968-2878


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Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) AAIAis a non-profit trade association whose 2,700 member companies conduct business worldwide in the motor vehicle aftermarket industry. AAIA was formed in 1999 from the consolidation between the Automotive Parts & Accessories Association (APAA) and the Automotive Service Industry Association (ASIA).
APRA European Website This website is dedicated to news from the remanufacturing industry in Europe. The site hosts multiple language stories, acting as a link and common meeting ground for companies conducting business in Europe. The site also functions as a public education forum.
Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association  (ATRA) ATRA is an international trade association for automatic transmission repair professionals, from coast to coast across North America. They are composed mainly of independent transmission repair facilities.
Automatic Transmission Service Group (ATSG) ATSG is a technical support service for the Automatic Transmission Industry. They offer a Technical Hotline, Books, Software, Bulletins, Seminars, and Technical Courses to the Automatic Transmission Professional.
"Be Car Care Aware" is a consumer education campaign about the benefits of regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair, designed to represent and engage all segments of the aftermarket industry. Integrated marketing and public relations initiatives will build awareness and knowledge to prepare consumers to make sensible decisions about their vehicles.
CCAR-GreenLink® is available 24 hours a day to help persons engaged in automotive service, collision repair and other sectors of the automotive industry better understand their environmental responsibilities, and to help them achieve compliance with environmental program requirements.
The Engine Repower Council (ERC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating consumers about the economic and environmental benefits of rebuilt and remanufactured engines. ERC members are aftermarket industry professionals including parts manufacturers, warehouse distributors, machine shop owners, engine rebuilders and installers who are working together to make long term vehicle ownership an attractive, economic reality.
Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium The founders of GAAS  had several goals in mind when the event was first held in Chicago in 1996. The primary goal was that the net proceeds of the event would be used to fund scholarships for students pursuing careers in the automotive aftermarket. Over 650 students have been beneficiaries of GAAS Scholarships since the program began.

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Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week was planned and developed by the industry’s leading trade associations and marketing groups to create the most important and valuable event in the history of the heavy duty aftermarket. In one week and at one place, Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week attendees will enjoy direct access to top-level supplier executives and the ability to network with all heavy-duty aftermarket leaders.
International Automotive Technician's Network (IATN) IATN is the largest network of automotive technicians in the world. The International Automotive Technicians' Network is a group of 49,436 professional automotive technicians from 138 countries. The automotive professionals of this group exchange technical knowledge and information with other members from around the globe, sharing 1,044,999 years of experience!
International Truck Parts Association (ITPA) ITPA was organized with 46 charter member companies in September, 1974 as a not for profit association to promote, foster, and improve relationships among sellers and buyers of trucks and truck surplus products and other parties. A major purpose of ITPA is to exchange information and to improve and advance the truck parts aftermarket.
Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide Founded in 1981, MACS is the leading forum for its specialized segment of the automotive aftermarket. MACS Worldwide goal is to fill the industry’s need for comprehensive technical information, training and communication. MACS represents 1600 members, including service shops, installers, distributors, component suppliers and manufacturers in the US and in 40 other countries MACS.
Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) Since 1904, MEMA has exclusively represented and served manufacturers of motor vehicle components and systems for the original equipment (OE) and aftermarket segments of the light vehicle and heavy duty industries. The experience of being a valued partner helps MEMA anticipate the needs of its members and strengthens our ability to predict industry trends accurately and consistently.
Motorist Assurance Program Strengthening the relationship between the motorist and the automotive service and repair industry through education of the motorist and service provider, and through the creation of industry standards.
National Automotive Radiator Service Association (NARSA) is a not-for-profit trade association serving the cooling system service industry and motoring public since 1954.
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) ASE's Mission is to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service through the testing and certification of repair and service professionals. About 420,000 professionals hold current ASE credentials.
SESCO Management Consultants SESCO presents the ultimate in online training and development through their Strategic Partnership with Vital Learning. Imagine the edge your organization would have if you could turn all of your supervisors into top performers. Or, if your customer service representatives and sales force were provided with the skills to build outstanding customer relationships. Take the lead over the competition with SESCO Management Consultants and Vital-Online and train your staff any time, anywhere.
The National Center for Remanufacturing and Resource Recovery (NCR3) NCR3 is internationally-recognized as a leading center for applied research in remanufacturing. NCR3's mission is to deliver to industry advanced technologies and tools for efficient and cost-effective remanufacturing and the design of products that have no negative environmental impacts.
ReMaTec 2013 - Designed specifically for the remanufacturing supply chain, ReMaTec offers a superb chance for remanufacturers, suppliers and customers to keep abreast of important developments, make new contacts and exchange ideas in a stimulating and international environment. The exhibition program consists of five industry segments in which remanufacturing occurs: agriculture, automotive, marine, heavy duty, industrial engines/parts.
The Remanufacturing Institute (TRI) The mission of TRI is to represent all segments of the remanufacturing industry to legislators, the media and the world and to provide its associates with the tools to succeed.
Thomson Delmar Learning has been providing first rate education materials since 1945. They are a leading provider of training, reference and certification solutions for professional automotive and truck technicians. They offer technical content covering everything from auto repair, diagnostic, and mechanical information for the shop to ASE materials for the individual mechanic.
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) SAE has more than 84,000 members - engineers, business executives, educators, and students from more than 97 countries - who share information and exchange ideas for advancing the engineering of mobility systems. SAE is your one-stop resource for standards development, events, and technical information and expertise used in designing, building, maintaining, and operating self-propelled vehicles for use on land or sea, in air or space.
Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) SEMA members offer innovative specialty equipment products and services that enhance a vehicle's style, utility, and performance while providing vehicle owners with an added sense of comfort, convenience and enjoyment.