The position statement comes after significant commentary and debate surrounding use of multi-brand versus OEM scan tools.
An on-demand portion will take place both prior to and following this year’s conference.
A closer look at the impact electrification and automated technology will have in the coming years and decades.
Students from Northwood University, Canadian University and Georgian College attended the conference.
The OAC board of directors initiated the memorial fund through the University of the Aftermarket Foundation in November 2014. Each year, $1,000 annual scholarships are presented to one male and one female student pursuing careers in the automotive aftermarket industry.
The Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), the light vehicle aftermarket division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), and the AASA Overseas Automotive Council (OAC) announced the 2016 recipients of its scholarships in memory of the late Jeremy Denton, AASA vice president and OAC executive director.