CVA is successfully installing diagnostic equipment for light and heavy vehicles in Technical Verification Plants, car dealerships, specialized damping and rubber shops in Argentina and worldwide.
In the last three years there was a very good performance of the installed equipment base, in relation to mechanical or electronic failures. Very easy to use equipment; The maintenance, calibration and repair of the equipment is easy to interpret. Excellent electronic architecture; The software and hardware are of our own design. Easy interpretation of graphics, intuitive operation of all the functions of the equipment by means of a mouse on buttons on the screen, without the need for keys.
The user-machine interface is PC-compatible, and the PC can be repaired anywhere in the world. Permanent software update for free. The technological solutions found by CVA for customer technical problems are innovative, adapted to developing countries, and enable solid, reliable and low-cost operational equipment.
For the development of diagnostic equipment for heavy vehicles, Argentine Vehicular Control obtained the support of FONTAR, Argentine Technological Fund, belonging to the National Agency for Scientific and Technological Promotion. This support was materialized through a project in the 2000 call for the Non-Refundable Contributions promotion instrument, which was funded by the Inter-American Development Bank.
Due to the success achieved through this project, CVA S.A. She was awarded as Inventor and Argentine Developer by the Presidency of the Nation, in an act held in the White Room of the Government House, together with a group of innovative companies.
MACHINE FOR MEASUREMENT AND DIAGNOSIS OF SUSPENSION AND AUTOMOTIVE AMORTIGUATION.
HYDRAULIC DRIVE BANK FOR TESTING AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE BRAKES.
SUSPENSION DIAGNOSTIC MACHINE OF AN AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE.
CVA has exported these diagnostic equipment for light and heavy vehicles to a total of 27 countries, most of them in Latin America, but also to the demanding markets of the USA: Canada, Mexico, Belgium, France and Germany. Thanks to a strategic alliance with Monroe, an American company that belongs to the giant autopartist Tenneco.
Monroe is the recognized world leading brand in cushioning and has chosen CVA to equip its service centers in North America. CVA has also exported diagnostic equipment to other Latin American countries such as Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Peru Ecuador, Brazil, Belize, etc.
Based on this export experience, its strategic alliances with large international companies such as Monroe - Tenneco, Baisbarth, Bosch, Magneti mareli, Toyota, Ford, Peugeot, and the strong links generated with its customers, CVA is constantly designing new development to leave to our Argentina in an important place in the international competition of the manufacture of equipment for the diagnosis and automotive services.
In Argentine Vehicular Control we believe that the human factor is an essential component.
Training is our main tool to generate a dialogue with the client, creating a powerful sales generator.
This mission will guide us towards the achievement of our objectives. The emphasis on superior quality means striving for excellence in technology, products and services and in all our activities. We share community values, and work to improve people's quality of life.
This philosophy sets the stage for everything we do. The credibility we have gained in the market makes us proud of our company. This encourages us to surpass ourselves and exceed the highest expectations of the end users and users of our products.
We gain credibility with products and services that make life easier, comfortable and safe. The best way to prove it is action. This makes us proud of our Company, of our products and of ourselves. Only when that pride motivates us to be better can we continue to affirm our credibility.
Technology, a product of the united man, led Constantino Abella, a lover of mechanics, to move from the distribution of imported machines, to the design and manufacture of own machines. Currently, it provides vehicle technical inspection plants worldwide.
The FricRot Monroe - CVA alliance is consolidated, thus promoting the AutOk service network: guarantee network in suspension diagnosis.
The first international sales begin in countries such as Brazil, Paraguay and Ecuador.
The Conventional Suspension Bank is being sold.
FRIC-ROT Monroe expands the AutOk services network, with more than 60 centers throughout the country, and continues to incorporate countries such as Uruguay, Panama, Colombia and Costa Rica. Monroe inaugurates a new training center for Latin America in Rosario.
After the 2001 crisis, CVA begins to provide equipment and maintenance to the CENT workshops (technical review plants) throughout the country.
Marketing actions are carried out in all sectors related to automotive diagnostics, such as rubber, specialized workshops.
Sales are increasing in countries such as Colombia, Venezuela and El Salvador.
In the United States, MIDAS begins to be provided.
The prestigious self-service chain, Canadian Tire, evolves with CVA to offer its customers the most advanced services.
CVA participates in Automechanika 2004.
Dietrich Volkswagen buys its Conventional Light Line. This concessionaire manages to triple its sales of services and spare parts in just 3 months, providing a reliable diagnosis in writing and loyalty to its customers.
CVA launches the EVOLUTION 3 line, a mobile line that improves existing technology, without the need for civil works for its installation. From this, commercial actions are consolidated with Tenneco Latin America and Tenneco USA.
Sales begin to large automakers.
Toyota acquires its first Evolution 3 line. A campaign begins with the launch of “Express Maintenance for your New Toyota Hilux”. Toyota is equipped in 6 dealers.
Ford Argentina acquires its first line. They carry out a National Campaign for 4 years, closing a direct sale contract, being CVA part number in the Ford Corporate Social Responsibility campaigns begin from 2006 to 2011. In Pinamar, more than 150,000 Ford users check their vehicle on summer vacations.
At Automechanika 2006, companies such as Bosch and KYB, an international shock absorber company, showed their interest in the new mobile lines.
CVA is invited to the facilities of Beissebarth, a member of the Bosch group in Germany.
Tenneco Europa consolidates shares with CVA in Belgium and France, acquiring two state-of-the-art Extra Low Suspension Banks.
Together with KYB, alliances are closed in several countries, including Peru with Renusa, Jamaica with Bert’s Autoparts, Costa Rica with Flash Car and Rapco, Castrol distributor for Latin America.