Equipment and Tool Institute’s ToolTech 2010 continues its popularity with tool and equipment professionals and industry insiders.

05 May 2010 12:34 PM | Anonymous

Rochester, MI. – ETI’s Annual ToolTech conference continues to be the premiere industry event drawing more than 125 professionals to this year’s ToolTech 2010 in Napa Valley, California. 

 

ToolTech 2010 was highlighted by more than a dozen industry speakers on topics including:  “Trends in OE Diagnostic Strategies”,  “Brake/Tire Panel on Service Requirements, Updating traditional Undercar Service Products, and TPMS Updates”, “The Movement Toward Comprehensive Repair Services;  The Insurance Industry Goals, The Shop Owner’s Dilemma, The OEM’s Role and Obligations”, “The Future of Remote OBD”, “Heavy Duty Aftermarket Access To Information Panel” and “Automotive Service Councils of California (ASCCA) Panel Q&A”.

Presentations and additional information is available on our website at www.etools.org.

ETI also presented their findings on the recently completed TPMS and Telematics Market Research.  ETI is using this research to help all segments of the automotive industry provide aftermarket shops with better tool and equipment solutions.  ETI surveyed automotive repair facilities to find out more about their familiarity with TPMS and Telematics.  This research was designed to evaluate the market’s use and experiences with using TPMS and Telematics, as well as their future business expectations in implementing TPMS and Telematics services, and to find out what support the market needs to implement or grow their TPMS and Telematics business.  The Market Research Study will be available for purchase on our website at www.etools.org.

 

 “ToolTech 2010 was one of the best attended and most informative events ETI has put on.  The speakers were outstanding and the information relayed was very valuable to our members,” said Jessie Korosec, ETI Marketing Manager.  “ETI would like to thank all of the OEM’s for attending and participating in the sought after One-on-One Meetings.  We would also like to thank the attendees for their support and we look forward to seeing everyone at next year’s ToolTech in Miami Beach, Florida the week May 3, 2011.”

 

ToolTech is the only event in the automotive-related tool and equipment industry that focuses exclusively on the companies who buy and sell tools and equipment. Participants can network with industry peers, meet potential customers, meet potential product providers, confer with clients, meet in one-on-one structured meetings, and gain valuable insights from presentations by industry leaders.

 

Founded in 1947, the Equipment and Tool Institute is a trade association of automotive tool and equipment manufacturers and technical information providers. ETI’s mission is to: Advance the vehicle service industry by providing technical data and open dialog between the manufacturers of transportation products, government regulators and the providers of tools, equipment and service information.

For more details about ETI programs and activities, contact Jessie Korosec, Marketing Manager, Equipment and Tool Institute, 134 W. University Drive, Suite 205, Rochester, Michigan. Phone: 248-656-5085; Fax: 603-971-2375; e-mail: jessiek@etools.org.

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