Archive | October, 2015

AutoInform Live training modules announced

 

Places are going fast for this year’s AutoInform Live event.

Set to take place on November 28 and 29 at the GTG Training Academy in Wolverhampton, AutoInform Live has released full details about this year’s training programme line-up.

More than 190 bookings have so far been confirmed and with places going fast, delegates are being urged to make their bookings now.

Around 40 courses are timetabled to take place during the event with modules covering chassis, business acumen, diagnostics, electrics, engine, filtration and transmission – all delivered by the leading trainers in their field.

Full weekend tickets are now available, which include a gala dinner, but there are also full weekend tickets excluding the dinner, and single day tickets on offer.

Click here for the full programme details and call Anette at ADS on 01772 201597 (opt. 2) to book tickets.

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ECP SIGNS EXCLUSIVE SUPPLY DEAL WITH AUTOLOGIC

ECP SIGNS EXCLUSIVE SUPPLY DEAL WITH AUTOLOGIC

Component supplier Euro Car Parts has signed a deal with diagnostic tool maker Autologic to distribute the new AssistPlus platform.

The agreement augments Autologic’s own sales team, which will continue to sell the product. However, it does not cover Autologic’s better-known Blue Box platform, which is no longer on sale. Existing Blue Box customers will still be supported by Autologic’s technical team.

Oxon based Autologic has previously won a Queens Award for Enterprise for International Trade and has recently gone through a corporate rebrand following a number of internal changes.

Jeremy Fry, CEO of Autologic, said: “The Autologic Assist fix and support capabilities enable UK garages to repair more cars, faster and more profitably. Customers report that it saves them at least an hour a day, representing an annual saving of £16,500. This prestigious supply agreement with Euro Car Parts will put Autologic Assist in front of thousands of new technicians, where the quality of the product will speak for itself.”
Martin Gray, CEO of Euro Car Parts, said: “We are delighted to announce this exclusive distribution deal with Autologic, particularly with Pass Through so vital to the success of the aftermarket. The Assist product is proven to increase vehicle through-flow, customer satisfaction and revenue. It is exactly the kind of high-end diagnostic equipment that garages should be investing in.

 

Ed’s note: Updated 12/10 to include the fact that Blue Box is no longer on sale. 

 

 

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