The biggest problem facing end-of-life vehicle recycling for years continues unchanged, as recognised end-of-life vehicle dismantling companies are still suffering from illegal and uncontrolled management of hazardous components within OECD, illegal and uncontrolled dismantling of spare parts for… Read full post »
Nationally, the utilization of recycled parts seems to be trending downward. A lot of this is due to offshore competition for salvage, which is making it more expensive for recyclers to purchase and harvest parts affordably. There has… Read full post »
Soft and hard disruptors will vastly transform Canadian collision industry in next 10 years: CCIF speaker The Canadian collision industry will be “ripped apart beyond belief” in a decade by several disruptors, including connected autonomous vehicles and ridesharing,… Read full post »
The latest edition of the Canadian Auto Recycler Magazine is available to read online HERE.
This is the 11th edition of the magazine highlighting all that is great about the auto recycling industry in Canada.
The post New Canadian Auto Recycler Magazin…
Individual auto recyclers have lots of information to process, and they utilize data like any modern and highly digital business. The data fed through our computers from daily part sales and requests provides us with invaluable insight into… Read full post »