CRP Automotive is a member of several key trade groups. We also partner with selected organizations and companies across the country, including the following:
At the Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association, individuals make the difference. Success depends upon a strong member focus, quality service and continuous improvement by volunteers and staff members who show integrity, caring and initiative.
The Auto Care Association is dedicated to helping every one of those vehicles last longer, perform more efficiently, and keep drivers safe. Independence drives us: our global member companies manufacture, distribute, and sell vehicle parts and components as well as perform services, maintenance, and repairs on every class of vehicle on the road.
The Automotive Communications Council (ACC) engages marketing and communications professionals in the Automotive Aftermarket Industry. We provide a unique forum for learning and professional development, achieved through idea sharing, collaboration, and networking with like-minded individuals.
The Automotive Content Professionals Network (ACPN), a community of the Auto Care Association, is a professional network with 380+ individual members employed in the automotive industry. It is the only community devoted exclusively to the education and professional development needs of the automotive content management professional.
The Aftermarket Warehouse Distributors Association (AWDA) was founded in 1947 and is the oldest organized group of warehouse distributors and their respective suppliers of parts, accessories and other supplies for the motor vehicle aftermarket. AWDA’s 600+ members represent thousands of locations.
The CAWA is a non-profit trade association representing automotive aftermarket parts manufacturers, jobbers, warehouse distributors and retailers in California, Nevada, and Arizona. The Association was formed in 1955 and serves as the voice of the aftermarket parts industry in the West. CAWA prides itself on quality customer service to its members and the industry.
The Import Vehicle Community of the Auto Care Association that is hyper-focused on serving the needs of all businesses engaged in import nameplate products and services. Irrespective of the business’ size or share of the business devoted to import nameplate products and services, the Import Vehicle Community’s benefit is unchanged.
MERA – The Association for Sustainable Manufacturing is the remanufacturing and sustainability division of MEMA. The organization is a network of manufacturers, suppliers, universities, and professional services firms that promotes the economic, environmental, and product performance benefits of remanufacturing and similar forms of sustainable manufacturing.
The National Veteran Business Development Council is the leading Veteran Owned Business Certification organization developed by Veterans, for Veterans. The purpose is to provide a credible and reliable certifying authority for all size businesses ensuring that valid documentation exists of a Veterans status, ownership and operational control.
YANG provides its members with the opportunity to network with industry peers, develop new skill sets and improve leadership capabilities. YANG events include panel discussions with industry leaders, professional development sessions and networking events throughout the country. YANG awards a number of scholarships to rising stars in the industry as well.
The mission of the Original Equipment Suppliers Association is to champion the business interests of automotive original equipment (OE) suppliers. The Association addresses issues of common concern and advocates on behalf of the supplier community.
BIMRS is a non-profit association of Independent BMW Service Professionals dedicated to education and training.Today, BIMRS members continue to dedicate their energies to education through regional meetings and seminars.
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