The American Car Rental Association is a business organization. The Association works to advance the motor vehicle rental sector through educating its members, publishing legislative reports, and creating presentations.
The National Auto Auction Association comprises more than 348 auto auction companies, both domestic and foreign, with yearly wholesale sales of more than $107 billion and combined sales of 9.9 million automobiles.
The Association for the Work Truck Industry, or NTEA, is a major commercial truck chassis producers and buyers of work trucks. Work Truck Week is produced by NTEA, which also offers comprehensive technical information, education, events and services.
AFLA is a established dynamic organization that fosters development, expansion, and professionalism within the fleet industry by offering technical standards, representation, education, research, and education, and by advancing member interests.
The American Automotive Leasing Association (AALA) is a nationwide business organization made up of leasing and fleet management firms for commercial vehicles.
Association of Car Rental Industry Systems and Standards is referred to as ACRISS. Many rental car businesses classify their automobiles using the ACRISS Car Classification Code.
NAFA is the top non-profit organization in the world for professionals who oversee fleets of cars, trucks, buses, and public safety vehicles of sizes and varieties as well as a variety of military and off-road machinery for organizations worldwide.
Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) has served as the main international trade show for the $1 trillion aftermarket auto parts business for more than 25 years.
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