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Parts & the Pandemic

Parts & the Pandemic

How aftermarket companies have kept fleets on the road through COVID-19 shutdowns, despite having to reconfigure their operations.

July 20, 2020

Of Relationships, Communication and Collaboration [Commentary]
How OEM Parts & Service Programs Adjust to Industry Trends
Six Ways To Avoid Counterfeit Parts

Six Ways To Avoid Counterfeit Parts

While the threat from counterfeit parts seems to have eased somewhat, it’s still wise to take steps to protect your fleet.

December 23, 2019

All-Makes Parts Programs Expand Reach [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
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
The Trucking Aftermarket 2018: A Year In Review

The Trucking Aftermarket 2018: A Year In Review

Even the best trucks consume parts and need maintenance from time to time. Fleet owners and managers should pay close attention to changes and developments in the parts and service arenas. Here's a look back at 2018 aftermarket issues.

December 21, 2018

Commentary: 3 Predictions for the Truck Aftermarket in 2019
Commentary: One OEM’s Plan to Improve Service Experience

Commentary: One OEM’s Plan to Improve Service Experience

In a perfect world, trucks would never break down. In the real world even the best-made trucks need to come in for service. When that happens, fleet managers want service to be completed quickly and efficiently.

November 16, 2018

Commentary: Always Keep an Eye Out for Change
Commentary: When It Comes to Truck Parts, Relationships Still Matter