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Honda Uncovers Improper Repairs
GM's New Consumer Initiative
NACE's New Focus on Heavy Duty Truck Segment
GM's CT6 Aluminum Repair Network
Chief Showcases New Products
Estify's Answer to Rekeying Estimates
First Look: Toyota's Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle
Risley: Today's NACE 'More Than a Trade Show'
Mitchell's Answer to Simplified Workflow
Toyota Demos Need for Scans
Welcome to NACE 2016
Rundown on NACE's Education Offerings
Members of the Automotive Service Association executive team held a press conference with representatives from The Group, an automotive parts services group, to announce their new partnership.
The BASF booth emphasized marketing this year and featured a vintage car.
The General Motors booth featured the CT6, the first aluminum structure to utilize new and unique joining methods.
The Nissan booth featured a display emphasizing the difference between OEM and aftermarket parts.
SATA’s booth featured both multiple spray guns and the Dan-Am Air.
Outside the expo, Ford held tours of its new 2017 Super Duty.
The Shop-Pro Equipment mobile work station.
Honda’s new booth featured a vehicle encouraging attendees to identify the improper repairs.
The Robaina Industries booth showcased a number of the company’s predictive solutions.
The National Auto Body Council held multiple Recycled Rides giveaways throughout the week.
Preparing the cars for the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides giveaway
NACE’s Outdoor Expo includes spray demos and rivet bonding
Chrysler Pacifica on display at the Mopar booth
Ford displays its super cab rear street floor crossmember installation
Chief Automotive Technologies’ booth
Chief displays its aluminum tools
AutoVac Industrial’s dustless sanding system
Car Bench International’s booth
Car Bench International demonstrates its Contact Evolution measuring system
Pro Spot’s booth
Attendees register for NACE
Attendees receive brochures upon entering the expo floor
CCC Information Services’ booth
Inest Awata’s booth
Toyota’s car city delivery trax raceway
Goliath Cart’s booth
ProLine Tool & Supply Company’s booth
Globalstar Industrial Booth
Tiffany Stroupe, senior manager of parts sales for Hyundai, speaks at the 2016 OEM Certification Symposium
Mike Anderson moderates a panel on pre- and post-repair scans
Pre and post-repair scan panel
One of the new additions to NACE this year is a beer garden offering concessions during the day and serving as the reception site on Wednesday.
The beer garden included numerous food trucks parked outside the Anaheim Convention Center.
After two years in Detroit, the Anaheim Convention Center serves as the site of the 2016 NACE/CARS Expo.
Exhibitors and media register to attend the NACE/CARS Expo.
Car-O-Liner setting up its booth.
Symplex Car Care Products during the set-up day of NACE/CARS.
The Center Stage will serve as the location for presentations, speakers and demonstrations.
CCC Information Services is one of the vendors at 2016 NACE Expo.
The Anaheim Convention Center is the setting for NACE 2016.
APN CEO Discusses the Rise and Impact of Shop Certifications
2016.08.12 06:35 PM
Tech & Telematics Forum Examines Vehicle Cybersecurity, Accident Avoidance
2016.08.12 02:13 PM
NACE Experiences Continued Growth, will Head to Atlanta for 2017
2016.08.11 05:52 PM
ASE Announces New Consumer Website, Contest
2016.08.11 05:24 PM
Mike Anderson: Industry Needs to Find ‘Path of Resolution’ to Vehicle Scanning
2016.08.11 03:05 PM
GM Video Highlights the Importance of OEM Parts
2016.08.11 01:17 PM
NACE/CARS Goers Tour Don's Garage
2016.08.11 12:54 PM
CIC Panel Weighs in on Shop Certifications
2016.08.10 09:23 PM
NABC to Donate Five Vehicles at NACE
2016.08.10 03:42 PM
I-CAR, ASE Announce Collaboration
2016.08.10 02:29 PM