IIHS Questions Conclusions from Tracy Crash Test Data on Safety of Non-OEM Parts

Source: CollisionWeek Following examination of publicly-available results, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety stands by its previous statements that cosmetic parts are irrelevant to crashworthiness and that non-OEM structural parts can meet OEM performance. The…
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Global Auto Supplier Revenue Opportunities May Exceed $700 Billion in 10 Years, Deloitte Says

Source: Aftermarket Business World Wire Reports While $150-$200 billion of traditional automotive supplier revenues are at risk over the next decade, more than $700 billion of opportunities exist for value chain players to capture, according…
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Diamond Standard Releases Crash Test Results of Honda Fit Bumper Reinforcements

Source: CollisionWeek Aftermarket parts manufacturer again demonstrates that its parts perform to OEM standards through testing. Diamond Standard Parts, the Tennessee-based manufacturer of non-OEM collision repair parts, released results of dynamic barrier sled-testing performed by…
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NSF International Partners with Industry Experts to Lead Automotive Collision Shop Certification

Automotive collision repair industry experts Keith Risley and German Mejia will manage and grow NSF International’s automotive collision repair shop certification program ANN ARBOR, Mich. – NSF International, a global organization with more than 70…
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