ACPN, formerly NCMA, helps auto care catalog manager members sell more products, reduce costs and increase efficiency through accurate catalogs, efficient production processes and new technology.
AWDA is the oldest organized group of warehouse distributors for the motor vehicle aftermarket, along with their respective suppliers of parts, accessories and other supplies. AWDA supports programs specific to aftermarket distribution.
CCPN provides a structure to foster and promote communications between car care professionals and manufacturers, distributors, retailers and other members of the Auto Care Association.
The Filter Manufacturers Community represents manufacturers of vehicular filtration products. The community monitors regulatory and technological developments that affect the industry, supports members through catalog committees and provides consumers with technical filter information.
HDDA serves as the primary source of information and communications to a growing membership that shares a common interest in the heavy duty market, and enables its members to make better business decisions through a series of reports and industry events.
The Import Vehicle Community, formerly the Auto International Association (AIA), is the segment of the Auto Care Association that is hyper-focused on serving the needs of all businesses engaged in import nameplate products and services.
The Manufacturers’ Representatives Council
supports and promotes the interests, image and value of the Auto Care
Association’s manufacturers’ representative member firms, and provides
opportunities to enhance their professional skills and implement best
and disseminates information to PBES segment members and provides the
opportunity for PBES businesspeople to network with their counterparts,
suppliers and customers outside of the usual industry meetings.
Tool and Equipment educates, informs,
represents, serves and provides networking opportunities for manufacturers and
distributors who specialize in providing the tools and equipment needed to
perform repair and maintenance in the motor vehicle auto care market.
Upholstery and Trim International Council (UTIC) educates,
informs, serves and provides networking opportunities for companies that
manufacture or distribute interior and exterior fabrics, associated hardware
and products used in the repair or restoration of cars and trucks.
YANG provides young auto care professionals in their twenties and thirties the opportunity to network with industry peers, enhance knowledge and improve leadership capabilities.