As vehicles become more complex, the value and demand for parts salvaged from them is changing. As vehicles and repair techniques become more complex, manufacturers are trending toward OEM certification to ensure proper techniques, data and tools are… Read full post »
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Driven by trends in technology and repair techniques, parts recyclers are calling for a new focus on industry forces working together. Whether you’re a new technician entering the automotive world, or you know someone who is – perhaps… Read full post »
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OEMs want an off-ramp on the Circular Economy For the longest time, auto recyclers have coexisted with manufacturers. But now, we are facing challenges with OEMs and their hot and cold views of our industry. Auto recyclers are… Read full post »
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Not many maritimers find themselves in August gazing out, next to the mouth of the Great Whale River, at the vastness of Hudson Bay. This past summer, Paul Bell, who works at Poehls Auto Recycling in Kentville, NS,… Read full post »
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Andrew Macdonald, owner of Maritime Auto Parts in Glenholme, Nova Scotia, is a passionate voice for and leader in the automotive recycling industry. His business, which employs 23 people at three Nova Scotia locations, is one of a few dozen recycling… Read full post »
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