Internet usage gaining steam in the aftermarket

Shutovich, Christina A.; Willins, Michael
April 1998
Aftermarket Business;04/01/98, Vol. 108 Issue 4, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the growing acceptance of Internet usage in the aftermarket industry in the United States. Internet as vehicle to reach out to the media; Gains of the industry from the use of the Internet; Information exchange between suppliers; Internet as a venue for education and communication.


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