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How Technology is Changing Fleet Parts and Service Needs [Commentary]
Some Truck Parts Are Designed for Remanufacturing
Reman’s Place in All-Makes Product Lines

Reman’s Place in All-Makes Product Lines

There have been a lot of announcements recently about all-makes product lines — and more specifically, the inclusion of remanufactured parts in those programs. So, how do remanufactured parts fit into an all-makes strategy?

July 16, 2019

How 3D Printing Breathes New Life Into Old Truck Parts
4 Ways AI Can Improve Fleet Maintenance

4 Ways AI Can Improve Fleet Maintenance

Just like the evolution of VMRS codes helped make vehicle repair more efficient, so too will the next wave of evolution — artificial intelligence and machine learning.

June 13, 2019

Commentary: The Role of AI in Predictive Maintenance

Commentary: The Role of AI in Predictive Maintenance

With its ability to learn, artificial intelligence might just be the tool that more accurately predicts a pending problem — and does so in enough time for the fleet to take meaningful action.

June 10, 2019

The Design Process for Remanufactured Products [Photos]
Commentary: Talking About the Need for Trained Technicians… Again
Commentary: A New Truck Service Model?

Commentary: A New Truck Service Model?

Truck manufacturers are moving to a business model that centers on maximized product uptime, or repairing equipment before it ever breaks down. Commentary by Aftermarket Contributing Editor Denise Rondini.

March 28, 2019

Commentary: 3 Ways Dealers Are Helping Fleets Be More Efficient
Top Truck Dealers Talk Trucking Tech, Specs and More
What Truck Parts Providers Worry About

What Truck Parts Providers Worry About

As uptime becomes increasingly important for truck owners, suppliers and distributors of aftermarket replacement parts discuss the challenges in meeting fleet customer expectations.

February 4, 2019

Panel Focuses on Technology’s Impact on Aftermarket

Panel Focuses on Technology’s Impact on Aftermarket

Electric vehicles, telematics, cyber security, advanced driver assistance systems, automated driving, alternative fuels and the continued growth of e-commerce are all things fleets are facing or will face in the future.

February 1, 2019

Midwest Wheel Exec Inducted into Heavy Duty Aftermarket Industry Hall of Fame
Vehicle Sales, Operating Population and Utilization Lead to Aftermarket Demand Growth