In an effort to assist our members in bringing new and improved equipment and tools to the marketplace, The Equipment and Tool Institute (ETI) has launched a series of market research projects. The current survey covers numerous collision repair topics.
ETi is surveying collsion repair facilities in an effort to find out more about their familiarity with and use of different types of collision repair equipment for different vehicles. ETI will use this research to help all segments of the automotive industry provide aftermarket shops with effective tool and equipment solutions.
ETI will use this research to help the collision repair equipment manufacturers provide you and your shop with better products.
The findings of ETI’s Collision Repair Market Research will be made available to all ETI member company attendees at ToolTech 2014 in Sonoma, California, April 28 to May 1.
Anyone who is part of a collision repair facility and are interested in participating in the survey can access the following link:
This survey can only be taken on-line.
Previous market research Studies have included J2534 Reprogramming, J2534 Reprogramming Update, TPMS, Telematics, Collision Repair, A/C Service, Hybrid and Battery Service, and Information Access which are available on our website at www.etools.org.
Ideas for future marketing survey projects can be sentvia email to email@example.com.
For more details about ETI programs and activities, contact Jessie Korosec, marketing manager, Equipment and Tool Institute at 248-656-5085 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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