Automotive consumables supplier and distributor of the TerraClean brand, Randstad, has become a supplier member of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF). Randstad started in 1975 and has grown to become one of the UK’s largest automotive suppliers of parts and consumables such as spark plugs, wiper blades and vehicle bulbs to independent garages throughout the UK.
TerraClean has driven £35 million of revenue into the UK automotive garage trade, according to the brand, which is celebrating 10 years in the UK in 2022. The network of DPF cleaning and engine decarbonizing specialists has seen its numbers grow to more than 500 locations throughout UK and Ireland and looks set to grow further with an active marketing campaign this year.
Randstad Ltd, authorised distributors of the TerraClean brand, has launched a new TerraClean Engine Treatment, designed to complement its intensive engine decarbonising service. The company states that the new 354ml pour-in product reduces friction and engine wear while increasing power and fuel economy.
Randstad has launched a new GDi cleaner under its engine decarbonising brand TerraClean, which dissolves and breaks down harmful carbon deposits providing significantly better results than any other methods taking the same amount of time to perform the service.
TerraClean ambassador and triple BTCC champion Colin Turkington, together with Renault UK Clio Cup driver Ben Colburn, impressed the TerraClean network recently by attending – and taking part in – the TerraClean Karting Event 2019.
Engine decarbonising brand TerraClean saw its two sponsored driving stars continue to impress in the early stages of their respective 2019 campaigns, in both the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) and Renault UK Clio Cup races, held at Donington Park recently.
Technicians from TerraClean’s service centre network have taken part in a three-day Level 3 IMI certified training course in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Repair and Replacement. The training – which took place at TerraClean service centre, Galltec Automotive, in Cramlington – was provided by Stephen Burr (AAE MIMI IEng MIET) and designed to ensure TerraClean technicians continue to broaden their expertise and competence on modern electric and hybrid vehicles.
2018 British Touring Car Champion Colin Turkington has extended his partnership with Randstad’s engine decarbonising brand TerraClean, which confirmed its ongoing investment in British motorsport at the Autosport International Show. This is the fourth consecutive year that TerraClean has been associated with the reigning champion.
Randstad, UK distributors of TerraClean, recently hosted a unique one-off event to help develop the brand, giving away over £10,000 worth of services. In a competition on social media which attracted hundreds of applicants, 100 lucky winners were drawn. On a wet and windy day, TerraClean felt fortunate that 90 motorists turned up and in […]
TerraClean, available in the UK from Randstad, will be offering visitors valuable insight into its engine cleaning solutions when it exhibits at the 29th Autosport International Show on 10th – 13th of January 2019.
The UK’s fastest-growing deep engine cleaning brand will be exhibiting on stand 3560, right next to the 2019 FIA World Rally Championship stage, as it looks to build on the success of 2018, which has seen it enjoy rapid growth with more than 500 Official TerraClean Service Centres spread across the UK.
TerraClean ambassador Colin Turkington sealed an emotional win at the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship on Sunday, taking a commanding race two victory at Oulton Park. Turkington dedicated the win to his mother, who passed away last week.
Engine decarbonising brand TerraClean saw its two sponsored driving stars make a positive start to their respective 2018 campaigns at the weekend, in both the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) and Renault UK Clio Cup races, held at Brands Hatch.
Randstad, via its engine decarbonising brand TerraClean, has donated more than £200 to The Dave Rayner Fund in memory of West Surrey Racing’s Simon Wood (aka Tippa), who passed away suddenly in December.