The group will join 10 additional auto care communities currently represented by the association. The formal announcement was made at ACA’s annual Spring Leadership Days event, which took place May 9-11 at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta.
ACA communities are distinct groups of companies or individuals that can be defined by a common business function, product line, demographic trait or job description. Community members can engage with companies or individuals with whom they share traits, aspirations or commercial goals.
“We are delighted the Filter Manufacturers Community has made a home with us,” said Bill Hanvey, president and CEO, ACA. “FMC and the association are a perfect fit because together, we are integrating valuable knowledge and data from the filtration sector to increase supply chain efficiency within the industry.”
“The Filter Manufacturers Community couldn't be happier to have found our new home at the Auto Care Association,” said Jeff Starin, president and CEO, Rostar Filters and chair, FMC. “We look forward to welcoming additional members to FMC, creating resources useful to our members and the entire automotive industry, collaborating with the other communities and committees at Auto Care, and being an integral part of the twice-a-year Leadership Days events.”