ntinually invest in employee education and training. The award promotes the value and benefit that this investment provides to the employees and their companies, and also the entire aftermarket industry.
The 2013 winners, designated by aftermarket category, are:
Manufacturer (Large): Dorman Products, Inc., Colmar, Pa.
Manufacturer (Mid-Size): Mevotech, Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
Warehouse Distributor (Large): The Merrill Company, Spencer, Iowa
Warehouse Distributor (Mid-Size): Motown Automotive Distributing Co., Farmington Hills, Mich.
Business Service: Sonsio, Inc., Arvada, Colo.
Manufacturers’ Representative: Tascosalesreps, Memphis, Tenn.
Winners were selected based on the education and training practices of the company, including what prompted the company to invest in training, the types of training accomplished, the initial goals, their experiences, results of the training and any future plans. Each of the winning companies exhibited a dedicated and continuing investment in enhancing the quality and level of learning and skill development for employees in their companies.
The recipients will be recognized at AAIA’s Fall Leadership in Dallas, Texas, Sept. 911, 2013. They will also receive an award to display at their place of business and information on their winning programs will be posted on the AAIA website at http://www.aftermarket.org/Education/headoftheclass. More information about these companies and their education initiatives will be featured in upcoming issues of Aftermarket Insider.
“We are very honored to have won the prestigious AAIA Head of the Class Award,” Mevotech President Ezer said. “This industry recognition echoes our collaborative team efforts and pride. We are extremely proud of our team’s achievements, and for bringing forth their passion every day.”
For more information, contact the AAIA education department at (301) 654-6664.