Spectra Premium Receives Alliance Outstanding Technology Support Award

Spectra Premium Receives Alliance Outstanding Technology Support Award

This prestigious award was presented at the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance's shareholder meeting held Dec. 9 in Florida.

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BOUCHERVILLE, Quebec — Spectra Premium Industries has been recognized by Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Inc. as the 2014 Outstanding Technology Support Vendor. This prestigious award was presented at the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance’s shareholder meeting Dec. 9 in Florida.

The Outstanding Technology Support recognition was awarded to Spectra Premium for its excellent support, adoption and implementation of industry data standards like ACES and PIES. This award supports Spectra Premium an industry leader in delivery of complete and robust product data towards the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance members and shareholders.

“We are honored to receive this prestigious award as it reinforces our continuous commitment towards technology and parts information management, and drives the success of our company. We strive to remain committed and invested in providing our customers with quality part information data.” says Jason Best, senior vice president of aftermarket sales and business development at Spectra Premium.

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