No two shops are the same. From the employees to the equipment to the space constraints, managing workflow is a balancing act. But with enough foresight and strategization, you can maximize throughput with any space. Here is your guide to doing just that.
Jonathan Fisher was honored at the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) annual Awards Banquet in San Diego, California, alongside 45 outstanding technicians from across the industry.
The Respect is Learned In the Pits contest is a part of Technician.Academy’s Respect is Learned campaign that offers incentives to encourage continuous education for the automotive technicians of today and tomorrow. The campaign stems from Technician.Academy’s commitment to providing technicians with the knowledge they need to gain respect in the automotive industry.
Many technician-turned-shop-owners know the tools and equipment that made them efficient individually, but have no idea what makes an entire team of technicians more efficient, Terry Keller says. Here are the tools that have worked for his shop over the past 35 years.
The Wheat Ridge High School STEM team will open the CARS Grow Your Own Technicians program. The STEM team performs its own fundraising, marketing, design, machine work, welding, assembly and carbon fiber layup, with the students specializing in their specific areas of interest.
And to highlight the closing days of the promotion, MAHLE has published the final installment of the YouTube video series featuring the build of the promotion’s Grand Prize: a custom-built Petty’s Garage Ford Mustang.