Daily Archives February 21, 2019

The Best Performance Parts to Boost Your Mazda

 

The U.S. automotive aftermarket is an impressive beast, boasting a $287 billion industry in 2017. It’s expected to continue its compound yearly growth rate of 3.6% well into 2020. On a global scale, the aftermarket industry projections are pushing $722.8 billion by 2020.

The year of 2017 had a good turnover rate for producing and selling vehicles. In 2017 alone, 79 million cars were sold on a global scale. Manufacturers produced a combined 73 million vehicles in 2017 as well, reaching a new ceiling from the previous year of 2016 with a 2.6% increase. Its expected to reach new heights in 2018 with an estimated 81 million vehicles. China, ranked as the leading car manufacturer, has been a major contributor to the global aftermarket.

The usefulness of motor vehicles has only expanded. Since 2002 an estimated 14 million vehicles, still on the road to this day, are pushing 25 years of age. This totals out to 8 million vehicles more vehicles since the year of 2002. It just goes to

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Protect Your Machine Tools and Have Them Taken Care Of When Necessary

 

Looking for a machine shop repair company that can take care of your problems and help you to get those broken items back in the conditions in which they are once again usable? There is a place for this to happen, to provide you with your machining services and put those broken items back together so that you can get back to working on those projects that may have suffered from machinery that may have been down due to mechanical issues.

With services from threading, shaft repair, cylinder fabrication, tuning and drilling your needs should be met easily. Providing you with the adequate machine services you may have been looking for in order to get your tools back in working order and press on with your busy business.

Machine tools have been around since 1200 B.C. meaning that these items are one that many people have been able to study and make improvements to every day. The very first machine tools

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