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CAT_September2015_Front-Cover_200pxGEAR SHIFTERS: Four products that have changed the direction of the aftermarket
A look at four products that we think has changed the face of the aftermarket over the years


  1. Mapco establishes its UK base
  2. Auto Windscreens acquire AA AutoWindshields
  3. Gates enhances security to protect against illegal copies
  4. Automated cars are starting to get to grips with the terrain
  5. New MOT system is causing issues
  6. Keyless ignition security revealed after ban lifted
  7. Mann+Hummel to acquire Wix and Filtron


Wendy Williamson, CEO of the IAAF, on why the VMs need to take a varied approach when it comes to vehicle software.


  • How to avoid wasting money on saving dead stock
  • Is crowdfunding a new route to success
  • Was the summer budget a good deal for SMEs?
  • CAT’s Inside Line: The Range Rover L322 is under investigation this month

STRATEGY: Injection and remanufacturing are in the spotlight this month


From accessories to workwear and plenty in between


More tales from the workshop and the warehouse


  • Out and about: Aftermarket events
  • Back in the day: 25 years in the CAT archives
  • Blast from the past – the classic adverts you know and love


The CAT Month continues, where will the team be going next?

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  • Four products that changed the direction of the aftermarket
  • MOT system causing havoc for garages
  • An inside look into parts distribution in London

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