Advanced Transmissions, Inc understands how important it is to find a quality transmission service and repair facility. This is why we value the associations we have with the reputable organizations listed below. These associations help our transmission service & repair facility to give you the confidence in knowing that your automotive repair and service needs will be met by our qualified automotive repair and service expert technicians.
We are very proud to be ASE certified. See why this certification is important when selecting a transmission shop to work with. Read more about ASE certification
We truly believe in giving a solid warranty around our service and parts which is why we offer a simple and straight forward warranty. Read more about the truth behind transmission warranties.
TRNW is a world-wide network of transmission technicians and trans-mission shop owners who discuss every aspect of running a transmission repair facility. TRNW members interact on everything from rebuilding tips, diagnostic help, parts locating, and the art of operating and managing a full-service transmission shop.
The story of NATA and automotive associations in Oregon is as old as automobiles themselves. In 1914, just a decade after Henry Ford used $100,000 in capital to establish the Ford Motor Company, ten Portland automotive aftermarket entrepreneurs banded together to create an organization designed to strengthen their businesses without interfering with each others competitive independence. Like the automobile, NATA and the associations that preceded it have changed dramatically.
Transtar Industries, Inc., headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the leading aftermarket transmission parts supplier to the automotive repair industry. Transtar has over 60 locations in the US, Puerto Rico, and Canada, and an international division that serves more than 70 countries around the globe.
BNI is the largest business networking organization in the world. We offer members the opportunity to share ideas, contacts and most importantly, business referrals.
The National Federation of Independent Business is the largest advocacy organization representing small and independent businesses in Washington, D.C., and all 50 state capitals. NFIB was ranked the most influential business organization (and 3rd overall), in “Washington’s Power 25″ survey conducted by Fortune magazine. NFIB’s purpose is to impact public policy at the state and federal level and be a key business resource for small and independent business in America. NFIB also gives its members a power in the marketplace. By pooling the purchasing power of its 600,000 members, the National Federation of Independent Business gives members access to many business products and services at discounted costs. NFIB also provides timely information designed to help small businesses succeed.