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    • Mexico quake spares tire operations - ANDELLAC

      MEXICO CITY — A 7.1 magnitude earthquake that struck central Mexico Sept. 19 and claimed several hundred lives appears to have spared the country's tire retailing and manufacturing industry, according to the country's national dealers...

    • ALI's new HQ includes 'LiftLab' training space

      CORTLAND, N.Y. — The Automotive Lift Institute has moved its headquarters to a larger site in Cortland, which includes a workspace with a dozen donated vehicle lifts ranging from motorcycle to heavy-truck versions.

    • AACF seeking more donations for disaster relief

      SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation is redoubling efforts for donations as the full impact of hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria comes to light and more natural disasters loom.

    • ERTMA: European replacement tire sales down in Q3

      BRUSSELS — Replacement tire sales in Europe were mostly down in the third quarter of 2017 and variable for the first nine months of the year, according to the latest figures from the European Tyre & Rubber Manufacturers Association.

    • Women in Auto Care names award winners

      BETHESDA, Md. — Women in Auto Care has announced the recipients of its Women of the Year Awards to be presented Oct. 31 during the the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo in Las Vegas.

    • When disaster hits, don't get caught unprepared

      AKRON — On the heels of three destructive hurricanes that hit the U.S. in the past several weeks, numerous tire dealerships on the Gulf Coast and in Florida and Puerto Rico had to deal with temporary closures and property damage.

    • USW challenges Kumho position on unionization

      PITTSBURGH — The United Steelworkers union is raising concerns with South Korea President Moon Jae-in about Kumho Tire Co. Ltd.'s actions toward its workers in the U.S. ahead of an upcoming National Labor Relations Board vote at Kumho's...

    • AAPEX backers reviewing security protocols

      LAS VEGAS — The co-owners of the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo in Las Vegas are reviewing the security protocols for this year's show, which runs Oct. 31-Nov. 3, in light of the shooting spree that took place there this past week.

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