MTS aims to ‘silence’ competition

MTS exhausts systems is aiming to make a major impact in the UK automotive aftermarket, providing motor factors and garages with the absolute best quality product on the market.

Entering the exhaust sector at the very top level in terms of quality, the brand is being supplied on a next day delivery service from its purpose-built facility in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

Cristian Sarri, UK managing director, is excited about what the future holds: “We believe there is an opportunity for a premium quality exhaust product, priced competitively and that delivers on its promise of superior performance.

“It’s not a race to the bottom for us, nor do we want the brand to be over distributed – we want to work with likeminded businesses that want to seriously grow their exhaust business.”

Already proving popular with motor factors up and down the UK, the 3000 plus MTS exhaust product range is manufactured in Italy, where the entire production process is subject to more than 900 quality controls every day, confirming its conformity to the original part.

The range of exhausts covers 95 per cent of the vehicle parc and in terms of quality, MTS was the first company in Italy to be certified ISO9001:2000 by DEKRA, the most important internationally active service-providing company standard for the automotive sector in Europe.

The MTS brand has a fantastic story beginning in the 1970’s, where it was the idea of a bicycle mechanic who, along with two friends, decided to launch themselves into the world of exhaust silencers.

Carrying the slogan, “like the original.” MTS parts are produced to the original equipment specification as those first found on the vehicle.

Sarri added: “Going forward, we have plans to launch a range of new marketing literature and drive the message of our quality right the way through the supply chain and on to garages and motorists. We believe the quality of our product is unrivalled in the UK aftermarket and so we’re excited about the brand’s future in the UK automotive aftermarket.”

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