Comline Auto Parts (Comline), the award-winning British distributor of European, Japanese and Korean replacement parts, has enhanced its brake pad and disc offering with over 50 new part numbers. The company says its friction offering is a major reason for its status as one of the fastest-growing automotive brands in Europe.
Autoparts UK has introduced 40 new-to-range pads under the established Padtech brand, offering customers expanded vehicle parc coverage. The range covers a number of high profile makes and models including: Ford, Renault, Hyundai, Fiat, BMW, Audi, Toyota, Kia, Citroen, Peugeot, Mazda, Honda, Mercedes and Volkswagen.
Autoparts has a released a series of promotions rewarding its customers with spend incentives and big brand offers to help customers prepare for spring. The motor factor is offering a range of promotions including five rolls of brake pipe, male and female ends, plus a Draper cutting tool all for £49.80.
Valeo has announced the 24 teams selected to move onto the second stage of its global competition, the Valeo Innovation Challenge. Selected from a total of 1,628 participating teams by 70 Valeo experts and independent scientists, the 24 semi-finalist teams hail from 13 countries across 23 universities and schools.
The spring issue of Garage Essentials, the tools and equipment brochure from The Parts Alliance, is available now to view online. Printed copies of the 76 page quarterly garage equipment brochure will be arriving at of The Parts Alliance members Allparts, Bromsgrove Motor Factors, Car Parts & Accessories, CES, GMF, GSF Car Parts, SAS Autoparts, SC Motor Factors and Waterloo.
Euro Car Parts has launched its new trade website, Omnipart. The new site features market-leading search technology with the aim of making any part for any car only a click away. Technicians can now search for parts by vehicle registration, VIN or model number with enhanced vehicle details, such as engine or chassis number, associated to every part.
Roadlink International is now offering a three-year warranty on its wide range of AL-KO shock absorbers providing both trust and quality as it continues to support customers in all areas of business.
Brake Engineering has added 10 new brake calipers to its ever-expanding range, all offering excellent European vehicle coverage. The braking specialist introduces new-to-range products into its range regularly to ensure its vehicle coverage continues to grow and customer demand is consistently met.
WAIglobal is preparing to highlight the advantages of both renewed and new rotating electrics while exhibiting its full product range on stand 18D2 at Automechanika Birmingham 2016, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham from 6 - 8 June.
Euro Car Parts has launched its first specialist tool catalogue. The parts distributor said the introduction of the catalogue follows increased demand from repairers and professional technicians across the UK and Ireland. The 136-page catalogue is formatted to make it easier to choose from the full range of 10,000 plus tools available from Euro Car Parts – including brands like Gearwrench, Omega, Milwaukee and MasterPro.
The UK’s largest manufacturer of aftermarket emissions components, Klarius Products, has become one of the first businesses in the UK to achieve ISO 9001:2015 certification for its quality systems. The new standard replaces ISO 9001:2008 as of September 2018, with companies required to attain the new standard before this date to ensure compliancy.
GSF Car Parts has confirmed the January holiday winners from their ‘Here Comes Summer’ garage promotion. At the end of each month in the first quarter of 2017 a winner will be drawn from all those trade customers who have registered for the promotion and then met an agreed monthly spend target. January’s winner was VW, Audi and Skoda specialist Aire Valley Workshop in Skipton, a long-standing customer of GSF’s bustling Bradford branch.