ETI Celebrates 75th Anniversary in 2022

ETI Celebrates 75th Anniversary in 2022

The Equipment and Tool Institute, one of the most respected associations in the automotive aftermarket, announced it is marking its 75th anniversary in 2022.

The Equipment and Tool Institute (ETI), one of the most respected associations in the automotive aftermarket, announced it is marking its 75th anniversary in 2022. A product of World War II, ETI has operated continuously since 1947 by advocating for the benefit of its member companies.

ETI will dedicate its annual Tool Tech Event May 2-4 at the Coronado Island Marriott in Coronado, Calif., to commemorate this incredible milestone. The agenda for the event includes a variety of experts and speakers from all facets of the automotive industry and aftermarket.

For members planning to attend Tool Tech 2022, registration is currently open through the ETI website. As in past years, attendees have the opportunity to display and participate in the company spotlight event, where member companies showcase their products to attending OEMs and industry leaders. For more information about the event or to register, click here. Registration for the company spotlight ends April 25, 2022.

ETI is one of the most respected trade associations in the automotive aftermarket, with a mission of providing fair and equitable representation to all segments of the equipment and tool industry. The institute is an association of automotive tool and equipment manufacturers, technical information providers and training organizations, all dedicated to advancing the future of the automotive industry.

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