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- Pronto organizes to become unified group. // Automotive Marketing;May93, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p18
Discusses the spring meeting in Las Vegas of the National Pronto, a programmed distribution group. Election of first independent officers; Restructuring as a not-for profit cooperation owned by the member firms in 1990; Changes for 1990s; National warranty program for parts and national...
- New dealer officers. // Automotive News;3/21/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5543, p31
Presents a photograph of the Richmond, Virginia Automobile Dealers Association officers. Past president George Whitlow of Whitlow Chevrolet; Johnny Cates of Haywood Clarke Buick as president; Richard Carter of Hayes Jeep-Eagle as vice president; Ben Scafidi of Dick Strauss Ford as treasurer;...
- NAIL hammers out name change. // National Petroleum News;Oct93, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p85
Reports on the National Association of Independent Lubes' (NAIL) change of name to the Automotive Oil Change Association (AOCA). Members; Rationale.
- AIAG awards. // Corporate Detroit;Sep96, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p8
Reports on the 1996 annual dinner of the Automotive Industry Action Group.
- It's the extra three cents that does it. // Common Cause Magazine;Spring95, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p5
Reports on the Coalition for Vehicle Choice's encouragement of its supporters to use their own stamps on its postage-paid, business-reply envelopes. Use of total postage funds saved to stop political appointees from restricting vehicle choices with unwarranted and unnecessary regulations.
- MAP helps suppliers improve communications. // Ward's Auto World;Feb96, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p24
Focuses on the Manufacturing Assembly Pilot project of the Automotive Industry Action Group. Efforts to improve information and material flow throughout the supply chain; Need to eliminate waste and reduce costs; Recommendations.
- Trnasplants exaggerate employment figures. Harbour, Jim // Automotive Industries;Dec97, Vol. 177 Issue 12, p21
Focuses on the Association of International Automobile Manufacturers which claims that 10 transplant facilities produce 2.65 million vehicles a year. Other claims of the company; Comparison to General Motors, the world's largest manufacturer; Amount of persons employed at that company in 1996.
- A Breakthrough on STEP. Fleischer, Mitchell // Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Sep98, Vol. 110 Issue 9, p18
Opinion. Provides information on the efforts of the Automotive Industry Action Group in controling the emergence of STEP (STandard for the Exchange of Product model data), standard for translation between computer-aided design (CAD) systems. Functions of STEP; Information on STEP Applicability...
- $10 million spent to fight CAFE hike. Gates, Max // Automotive News;5/30/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5554, p51
Reports on finances of the Coalition for Vehicle Choice in Washington. Financial support from Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Motors Corporation.
- Custom kits. // Automotive Industries;Dec94, Vol. 174 Issue 12, p21
Reports on the information kits sold by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG). Contents of the kits; Price.