ACES and PIES automotive data

Read these articles to learn about the ACES and PIES automotive data standards, and how these data standards are used in the automotive aftermarket.

ACES and PIES and exchanging data in the supply chain

ACES and PIES data is used to exchange automotive parts data through the entire supply chain, between manufacturers, suppliers and distributors. ACES parts data (Automotive Catalog Exchange Standard) is used to describe fitment information, for example the year, make or model information that a part fits. PIES parts data (Product Information Exchange Standard) is used to describe product dimensions, popularity, country of origin, hazmat codes, and so on. The articles below explain how ACES and PIES data is used to exchange all of this information.


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Are you looking for an auto parts SEO company for your parts website (manufacturer or retailer)? How do you know what you should expect in terms of experience, services and results? If you need SEO services, how do you know what to even…

Auto Aftermarket SEO: How to Optimize Your Site For Six Main Types of Search

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Auto Data Questions Answered: Automotive Part Numbers, Is There An Auto Parts Fitment Database, ACES and PIES Data

The automotive aftermarket has focused a lot on ACES and PIES product data standards in the past few years, so have you ever wondered how many total part numbers are in the automotive aftermarket? (Scroll down for ACES and PIES defined.) Note:…