CAPA’s Technical Committee Elects New Executives
Feb. 14, 2014—The Certified Automotive Parts Association (CAPA) announced Wednesday that Rod Enlow of RENlow Auto Technical Consulting Inc. and Alan Bush of USAA are the new chair and vice chair, respectively, of the CAPA’s technical committee.
“I, like many in the industry, have known and respected both Rod and Alan’s expertise for many years,” said Jack Gillis, executive director of CAPA. “We are thrilled to have them take leadership positions in CAPA’s critically important technical committee.”
Enlow is president and CEO of RENlow Auto Technical Consulting. He has experience in industry relations, and was a primary liaison for USAA’s auto technical training center.
Bush has over 28 years of experience in the property and casualty field, 24 of them with USAA. He has served two previous terms with the CAPA technical committee and returned to the committee in 2012.
CAPA’s technical committee is comprised of nationally recognized collision repairers, part distributors, manufacturers, insurers, and quality experts. The committee reviews, develops, and approves CAPA’s publically available quality standards. The committee operates on a fully transparent and consensus basis and its crash parts standard development process has been approved by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI).
CAPA is an independent, non-profit certification organization for automotive crash parts. For more information visit its website.