Excel Automotive Group (EAG) has implemented MAM’s Warehouse Management System (WMS) to improve efficiency and accuracy in its warehouse logistics. The WMS optimises the flow of products through the EAG warehouse in Leeds, managing all activities from goods receiving and putaway to picking, packing and shipment. It also includes a hand-held PDA and scanner that handles all data input and communicates wirelessly with the main software application, where a dashboard provides an instant snapshot of current activities.
Earlier this month, MAM Software Group, Inc. announced it had entered into a definitive agreement under which it will be acquired by Berkshire-based ERP solutions specialist Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS). The provider of cloud-based business and on-premise management solutions for the automotive parts, tyre and vertical distribution industries will be acquired in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately US$154.3 million.
ELTA describes its online communication as “absolutely crucial”. So, as it sets its sights on the future during this, the company’s 25th year, it is not just the new PRO brands it has introduced, there is also a new website.
WAIglobal has added a new voltage regulator testing diagnostic tool, the WAI1000, to its extensive rotating electrical range. The new addition tests whether the voltage regulator is in full working order, while eliminating the need to remove the alternator from the vehicle.
Tyresure Limited, a dedicated TPMS specialist supplying TPMS solutions to distributors across Europe, is now using MAM’s Autocat v8 parts catalogue to provide distributors with TPMS product data and diagnostic information. As well as including data on Tyresure’s aftermarket sensors and service parts, the company is using the catalogue to convey helpful information on whether a diagnostic tool is required. Tyresure partners ATEQ and works closely with the tool maker to keep vehicle compatibility up-to-date and accurate.