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Equipment and Tool Institute Launches Hybrid and Battery Service Market Research Study

In an effort to assist our members in bringing new and improved equipment and tools to the marketplace, The Equipment and Tool Institute (ETI) has launched a series of Market Research Projects. The current survey covers numerous Hybrid Vehicle and Battery Service topics.
 
ETI is surveying automotive repair facilities in an effort to find out more about their familiarity with Hybrid and Battery Service, Equipment and Trends.  ETI will use this research to help all segments of the automotive industry provide aftermarket shops with effective tool and equipment solutions.
 
The findings of ETI’s Market Research will be presented and made available on DVD to all attendees at ToolTech 2012 in Palm Springs, CA, April 17-19, 2012.  More information on ToolTech is available at website at http://etools.org/ToolTech.
 
If you are part of an automotive repair facility and are interested in participating in our survey, please go to the following link: www.a-i-m.com/ETI-prhybrid/.
 
This survey can only be taken online.
 
Previous Market Research Studies have included J2534 Reprogramming, TPMS, Telematics, and Collision Repair which are available on our website at www.etools.org.
 
If you have an idea for a future Marketing Survey Project,  send an e-mail to [email protected].
 
Founded in 1947, the Equipment and Tool Institute is a trade association of automotive tool and equipment manufacturers and technical information providers. ETI’s mission is to advance the vehicle service industry by providing technical data and open dialog between the manufacturers of transportation products, government regulators and the providers of tools, equipment and service information.
 

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