Ford Motor Co. has selected OEConnection (OEC) for a comprehensive mechanical parts ordering and fulfillment program through the OEC RepairLink solution.
Shubham Singh, a student at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, won the 2018 Detroit Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment presented by BASF. Singh won $2,500 and a championship belt designed by Mob Steel.
Chief’s new Ford Aluminum Truck/SUV Structural Holding Package is approved for use when repairing collision damage to the all-new Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator SUVs.
PPG has unveiled its automotive color trends and data, citing blue as the fastest-growing color for automobiles across the world.
With $60,000 Ford Grant, University of Detroit Mercy Aims to Develop Cleaning Jets for Automotive Cameras
The Ford grant will enable the University of Detroit Mercy to advance the research of air and fluid cleaning jets for automotive cameras.
Following his retirement after a 34-year career with Ford, Massie will be returning to the collision industry to help shepherd the introduction, use and expansion of Assured Performance’s Certified Network Management systems.
Contribution will go toward supporting connected and automated vehicle (CAV) technology development.
Ann Arbor-based Domino’s Pizza and Ford are launching what they’re calling “an industry-first collaboration to understand the role that self-driving vehicles can play in pizza delivery.”
Many shops tend to use the terms “pre-repair scanning,” “post-repair scanning” and “post-repair calibration” interchangeably – when, in reality, they are separate procedures.
A customized 1951 Ford wearing a gleaming PPG finish stole the show and drove off with the coveted Winfield Award for automotive excellence at the recent 18th annual PPG Syracuse Nationals at the New York State Fairgrounds.
A 911 call from an annoyed neighbor led to the development of Quiet Exhaust and Quiet Start, known as “Good Neighbor Mode” among Mustang engineers.
Ford said it will offer electronic line-lock as a standard feature on all 2018 Mustangs – even those equipped with 2.3-liter EcoBoost engines.