Standard Tech Team Program Unveiled

Standard Tech Team Program Unveiled

Standard Engine Management recently announced that its Standard Plus Club (SPC) technical assistance hotline has a new name and logo for 2008. Effective immediately, it is now known as the Standard Tech Team.

Standard Engine Management (www.standardbrand.com) recently announced that its Standard Plus Club (SPC) technical assistance hotline has a new name and logo for 2008. Effective immediately, it is now known as the Standard Tech Team. The new name and logo reflects Standard’s commitment to delivering high-tech solutions to help professional installers diagnose and fix problem vehicles quickly and accurately.

“The same quality technical assistance given to more than 40,000 callers to the SPC Technical Hotline during 2007 is now available to professional installers calling the Standard Tech Team,” said Ernie Richstein, technical support program manager. “We provide valuable information that gives members an advantage when dealing with tough diagnostic problems.”

Standard Tech Team members benefit from the expertise of Standard’s highly trained ASE technicians who have a minimum of five years experience in both OE and independent automotive shops supported by factory and in-house training, backed up by a comprehensive factory manual library and multiple electronic libraries, in addition to a database of previous phone calls with their solutions.

For more information on the Standard Tech Team, contact your local Standard territory manager or call (800) 781-7587 and select option 5.

For additional information, visit www.standardbrand.com.

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