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More than 575,000 vehicles are being catered for by newly introduced LuK clutch parts. LuK releases – from Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket (UK) Ltd – comprise eight LuK RepSets for a vehicle parc of approximately 122,400 vehicles and seven LuK RepSet Pros for more than 444,500 vehicles, plus a new Dual Mass Flywheel (DMF).
Some highly-popular Japanese and Far Eastern cars are covered by new additions to the FAG wheel bearings range. Five new part numbers released by Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket (UK) Ltd cater for a vehicle parc of nearly 125,000 vehicles.
Peugeot held its annual Aftersales Conference recently at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Dublin, attended by 70 Parts Managers, Service Managers and Technical Advisors from across the dealer network in Ireland.
As a leading supplier of replacement steering & suspension components, it comes as little surprise that First Line is also leading the way when it comes to setting the example in the standards that the whole aftermarket should follow.
The Forest Rally Committee has announced a TV package for the 2012 series. Valvoline, the series sponsor for 2011 and 2012 has increased its support of this exciting championship with extra funding towards TV coverage for the six round series.
Car care company Autoglym, is once again featured in The Sunday Times list of the UK’s ‘Best 100 Companies to Work For’. As part of parent company Altro Group, Letchworth-based Autoglym was placed 63rd in the 2012 rankings, 20 places higher than in 2011.
Trico®, is set to sponsor one of the UK’s premier motorsport venues, Santa Pod Raceway in Northamptonshire. The sponsorship will run for two seasons and sees Trico extend a proud tradition of involvement with motorsport at the highest level. Back in the 1950’s Trico supported the legendary Briggs Cunningham Jaguar racing team at Le Mans,