AIM Introduces New Website

AIM Introduces New Website

AIM, maker of new and remanufactured rotating electrical products for both import and domestic vehicles, has introduced its new website. The website supports the company's new "AIM Power In Motion" branding and marketing initiative announced earlier this year.

AIM, maker of new and remanufactured rotating electrical products for both import and domestic vehicles, has introduced its new website — www.aimpowerinmotion.com. The website supports the company’s new “AIM Power In Motion” branding and marketing initiative announced earlier this year.

“We have loaded our website with lots of useful resources to help technicians, distributors of our products and rebuilders of rotating electrical products,” said Steven Seabourne, president and CEO, AIM.

The AIM website includes a “Technician’s Toolbox” section which includes tips and tools for diagnostics, along with frequently asked questions answered by AIM’s engineering department on alternator and starter issues, and white papers produced by the company. It also features a marketing support section with company logos, images and brochures available for download.

Access to the company’s electronic catalog is also offered. It includes catalog information for the company’s remanufactured units and component parts for rebuilders under the AIM brand, remanufactured alternators and starters under the Talon brand and new alternators and starters under the Xtreme brand.

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