ETI will dedicate its annual Tool Tech Event to commemorate this milestone May 2-4 in Coronado, CA.
The Equipment and Tool Institute (ETI) presented the award to Bill Eernisse’s family earlier this month.
ETI has announced the new Officers and Board Members for 2018-2019.
ETI wants to know! The Equipment & Tool Institute has launched a survey of automotive technicians to find out what information resources you’re using in the repair of vehicles and how you’re using the information.
The inaugural awards allowed ETI to recognize, publicize and help educate others about OEM efforts to support their customers.
This is an important concern for collision repair providers due to the need for affordable access to tools that are essential to perform safe, complete and accurate repairs.
The annual conference presented many emerging technologies and their implications. ToolTech’s annual Company Spotlight offered a blend of business and social networking.
Brian Herron of Drew Technologies will lead ETI in its mission to provide technical data and open dialog between OEMs, government regulators and providers of tools, equipment and service information.
This is an important concern for collision repair providers as the need for affordable access to the tools that are essential to perform safe, complete and accurate repairs is extremely important, says ETI.
The ETI board of directors and staff teamed up with the Baker Strategy Group in an intensive one-day strategic planning session to develop a roadmap for the institute.
Gain valuable insights from speaker sessions and presentations from industry leaders, one-on-one meetings, company spotlight activity and networking opportunities.
This year’s Summer Tech Week will be held June 13-16 at the Marriott Troy in Troy, MI. Attendees will meet with FCA, Ford and V/W Audi at their facilities.