Heavy-Duty Selects NASTF For OEM-To-Independent Service Info Help

01 Oct 2015 8:52 AM | Deleted user

The heavy-duty/commercial vehicle industry recently announced agreement in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Commercial Right to Repair Coalition and the Engine Manufacturers Association (EMA), where OEMs of heavy-duty vehicles would provide service information to independent service providers by way of their OEM technical websites. To assist in managing the understanding, search and feedback related to this cooperative effort between heavy-duty OEMs and independent heavy-duty service specialists, the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) was asked to expand its scope with the addition of heavy-duty to its similar service already being provided to the light vehicle industry.  Read More.

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  • 23 Jul 2020 5:53 AM | Anonymous
    Glad to see that the Heavy-Duty is seeking help from the NASTF to excel. I do think that the MOU is a very reasonable fit because I also read some info about it on this https://topwritingservices.net/rushessay-com-review/ website. The framework that is being designed for cooperation and communication would make things easier.
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