Bartec Announces 'Bringing TPMS into Focus' Campaign

Bartec Announces ‘Bringing TPMS into Focus’ Campaign

Bartec announces their new TPMS campaign: Bringing TPMS into Focus! Beginning in September 2011, and as TPMS service begins to really heat up, this new campaign is designed to help get the word out on how to be successful in servicing TPMS!

Bartec, an industry leader in TPMS tools and solutions, announces their new TPMS campaign: Bringing TPMS into Focus! Beginning in September 2011, and as TPMS service begins to really heat up, this new campaign is designed to help get the word out on how to be successful in servicing TPMS!    

Bartec understands the Industry need for the Right Tools, Training and Technical Support. According to Scot Holloway, general manager at Bartec USA: “Millions of TPMS Sensors are now either out of warranty or nearing the end of their service life, which means the average auto independent repair shop and tire store are going to see a very high increase in the amount of TPMS service work in their bays.” The purpose of “Bringing TPMS into Focus” is to help auto service companies achieve success in TPMS Service.  
 
In the coming weeks leading up to SEMA, look for Bartec to release tool software updates, introduce new products, offer new training services and expand Technical Support to meet the growing demand in servicing Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems. Also according to Holloway, “Bartec is uniquely positioned in the marketplace to deliver the right TPMS solutions and are the only tool supplier that can offer the Superior Technical Support technicians expect when servicing Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems!”  

Get more information by visiting www.bartecusa.com or calling toll free (866) 407-8767.

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