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MAHLE Service Solutions To Sponsor Service Professionals Program At AAPEX

The Service Professionals Program is part of the show’s popular AAPEXedu education track sessions.


YORK, Pa. – MAHLE Aftermarket, Service Solutions, formerly MAHLE RTI, has announced an agreement to sponsor the 2014 Service Professionals Program at the 2014 AAPEX Show in Las Vegas. The Service Professionals Program is a new customized program specifically designed to educate service and repair professionals and independent shop and store owners. The Service Professionals Program is part of the show’s popular AAPEXedu education track sessions.
“We believe that education and training are among the biggest challenges for automotive service professionals, particularly within the auto care industry,” said Jon Douglas, general manager, MAHLE Aftermarket Inc. “We are excited to sponsor this inaugural training event at our industry’s leading trade show. Full line, quality manufacturers like MAHLE have the responsibility to support the industry and the service professionals that make it run. This program ties in with one of our core objectives as we move into 2015 – education and training at the technician level.”
In addition to sponsoring the 2014 Service Professionals Program at AAPEX, the MAHLE Service Solutions exhibit will feature in-booth technical demonstrations directly on the AAPEX show floor. Demonstrations of the company’s automotive maintenance equipment and tools will be held at the MAHLE Aftermarket, Service Solutions AAPEX booth No. 2661 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 5 and Thursday, Nov. 6. MAHLE Service Solutions product experts also are available for individual product demonstrations throughout the show.
The former RTI Division of MAHLE Aftermarket has now been fully integrated into MAHLE Aftermarket Inc. and operates under the name MAHLE Service Solutions. MAHLE Service Solutions specializes in the development, manufacturing and distribution of automotive tools and maintenance equipment, including air conditioning service, fluid exchange and nitrogen tire inflation systems.


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