During COVID-19, we’ve evaluated every aspect of our business, including parts procurement.
Ultimateoem.com will allow body shops and mechanical shops to look up OEM parts by VIN number to see which dealers closest to them have those parts in stock.
OEConnection LLC (OEC) has won the coveted Automotive Global Award for its next-generation electronic parts catalog (EPC) designed for Jaguar Land Rover.
Overall Parts Solutions (OPS), a Grand Prairie, Texas-based provider of supply chain management solutions for the collision repair industry, announced a national partnership with Volkswagen Group of America.
Australian SaaS Provider Infomedia Launches Online Parts-Ordering System for Fiat Chrysler Dealers and Body Shops
Microcat Auto PartsBridge (APB) will support Fiat Chrysler’s certified wholesale parts program, which is designed to make Fiat Chrysler dealerships more competitive against aftermarket parts suppliers.
Software enables collision repairers to purchase OE parts for all automotive makes and models.
According to PartsTrader, the integration provides several benefits to collision repair facilities, including fewer emails to manage, improved accuracy with fewer keystrokes, increased estimator productivity and more.
With increasing utilization of the PartsTrader platform, PartsTrader states that Fix Auto will begin to see greater efficiencies emerge as the workflow is standardized across the network.
Mitchell Parts will now connect collision repair shops with their suppliers to streamline and automate the parts procurement process, benefiting all parties in the automotive claims and collision repair supply chain.
Every department in your shop should have a process, and parts are no exception. Understanding the who, where and how is essential for achieving success.
“Insurance companies should not be mandating the use of a specific software, technology or vendor for purchasing parts,” ASA President/Executive Director Dan Risley said.
If enacted, this legislation would end all requirements for Michigan repairers in DRP agreements to use a specific vendor or process to procure parts and other materials.