Corporate membership provides an opportunity for companies to expand their relationships with ASA members and leaders in the collision and mechanical repair segment of the industry.
“AirPro Diagnostics is proud to support ASA as well as our customers, many of whom are ASA members,” said Michael Quinn, senior Vice President of Business Development for AirPro Diagnostics. “Today’s advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are being designed to do more than just reduce the risk of injuries during a crash; some are designed to help avoid accidents from even happening. That’s why it’s critical that these vehicle systems are accurately diagnosed and properly calibrated and/or programmed after an accident.”
Ray Fisher, president/executive director of ASA, said the “massive expansion of these safety systems has also created an increasing demand and need for knowledgeable technicians to perform these repairs.”
“Both our collision and mechanical industries have faced attrition and retention challenges, along with this perception of ‘lacking value’ in our trades,” said Fisher. “Over the past couple of decades, directly or indirectly, this has resulted in an increasing technician procurement problem. Today, it can be an overwhelming challenge to first find technicians, and even more difficult to find trained, certified or qualified technicians.
“I appreciate having AirPro not only supporting ASA as a corporate member but also bringing tools of opportunity to our current and upcoming technicians. We appreciate their support.”
Josh McFarlin, vice president of Strategic Business Operations at AirPro Diagnostics, said his company’s team of ASE-certified diagnosticians and specialists are “uniquely skilled and experienced with a combination of manufacturer and dealer training to provide reliable, efficient and accurate vehicle scanning, diagnostic and ADAS calibrations to further ensure that our customers and ASA members have confidence that they are delivering a safe vehicle that meets manufacturer requirements and safety standards.”
To learn more about ASA’s corporate membership program, contact Ray Fisher at [email protected].