Cardone Industries Inc. has extended the deadline to enter its tech video competition to Jan. 31, 2018. The contest will award $5,000 to the top original video showing the installation or service of an under-the-hood or under-the-car automotive part.
Cardone Industries Inc. has released more than 200 new parts this fall. The release features enhanced calipers, climate control modules, turbochargers, axles and air suspension valve blocks.
Cardone Industries reports it plans to build a state-of-the-art distribution center in Harlingen, Texas, near the company’s current core processing facilities. Construction of the new facility is expected to begin in January 2018 and be finished by December 2018.
Cardone Industries has acquired the controlling interest in ADP Distributors. ADP is the parent company of Rotomaster, a global brand and manufacturer of new and remanufactured turbochargers, service kits, cartridges and components.
Cardone Industries will showcase its latest new and remanufactured parts as well as a series of soon-to-be-released OE alternatives at the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) 2017 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas Oct. 31 – Nov. 2.
Cardone Industries Inc. recently released 100 parts spanning several product divisions, including 22 electronic modules, 12 new steering components, and 24 brake components.
Cardone Industries Inc. has issued a video challenge for automotive technicians to show off their installation skills. The top prize in the contest is $5,000 cash.
Cardone Industries Inc. has added brand-new ride height sensors to its line of air suspension products.
Cardone Industries Inc. has added remanufactured instrument clusters to its replacement parts offerings.
Cardone Industries Inc. has created three managing director roles as part of a new sales leadership structure. The three new managing directors report directly to CEO Stan Gowisnock.