KYB Americas Corp. releases latest version of ride control kit
International supplier of OE and aftermarket shocks and struts has announced the release of its latest ride control center kit, intended to help automotive service providers evaluate vehicle control systems and communicate them accurately to the customer.
KYB Americas Corporation, an international supplier of OE and aftermarket shocks and struts has released the latest version of the KYB Certified Ride Control Center Kit. Intended for automotive service providers, the kit is expected to help make it easier to evaluate vehicle control conditions and how to communicate those conditions to the motorist accurately via new HD graphic animation technologies and helpful training aids
In addition to POP materials, the new kit integrates some QR code and graphic animation technology, most of which are available on the new KYB Digital Media Library. The new multi-media KYB Digital Media Library contains HD computer graphic animations designed to help the motorist understand what ride control does and how wear affects designed vehicle performance. The library includes a 15-minute training video that can show the shop how to earn more shock and strut sales, and how to keep their customer in designed vehicle control. Participating service providers will also receive quarterly e-tips, updates and training via a dedicated channel within KYB.
As a reward for completing KYB training and passing an on line quiz, KYB Certified Ride Control Center Kit purchasers can also get up to $100 dollars in rebates.
"Investing in the service provider’s success is a KYB top priority." said KYB’s director of marketing and training Mac McGovern. "Our stability control and sales training is acclaimed best in the industry. This new KYB Certified Ride Control Center Kit is affordable and exactly what they need to take advantage of the latest graphic animation, mobile technology marketing & in shop training tools."
KYB Corporation is a $4.2 billion global hydraulics manufacturer with over 8,100 employees and sells its products in over 100 countries. The company is the world’s largest supplier of shocks and struts to vehicle manufacturers and has a full range of domestic and import shocks and struts for the aftermarket.