Affiliates

ATR is a Member of the Following Associations

Technology & Maintenance Council

The purpose of the Technology & Maintenance Council is to improve transport equipment, its maintenance and maintenance management.  The Council develops Recommended Engineering and Maintenance Practices that are voluntarily adopted by fleets, OEMs and component suppliers.  The Council also conducts industry surveys and promotes the voluntary cooperation among designers and manufacturers of transport equipment and those who specify, purchase, and manage such equipment.

NAFA

NAFA is a not-for-profit organization for fleet professionals with diverse fleets.

APRA

APRA is a non-profit trade association whose members rebuild/remanufacture automotive and truck related "hard" parts for passenger cars, trucks, off-road, marine, equipment and industrial uses.

CVSN

The Commercial Vehicle Solutions Network (CVSN) is an association of independant parts and service aftermarket distributors serving the transportation industry.

MERA

MERA (Motor & Equipment Remanufacturers Association), which began operations in January 2011, was formed to meet the unique needs of remanufacturers as compared to manufacturers of similar products.

ATRA Online

ATRA (Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association) is an international trade association for the professional automatic transmission repair industry.

ATSG

ATSG is the largest, Employee-Owned, technical support service in the Automatic Transmission Industry.  They offer a Technical Hotline, Books, Software, Bulletins, Seminars, and Technical Courses to the Automatic Transmission Professional.

Automotive Service Association

ASA has been the leading organization for owners and managers of automotive service businesses that strive to deliver excellence in service and repairs to consumers.

Trans Online

TransOnline provides various information geared to the automotive transmission industry.  (Membership is required).

Transmission Rebuilders Network International (TNRi)

TRNi is a world-wide network of over 1,000 actual transmission technicians, interacting on problems, fixes, diagnosis, hydraulics, functions, bench techniques, part locating & reviewing, homemade tools, assembly tips, and installation tips for the transmission repair industry.

* ATR is a member of the above, but is in no way responsible for any of the content provided.

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