A BLUE PRINT FOR ALL MAKES BRAKING

PROMOTIONAL ARTICLE ON BEHALF OF FERDINAND BILSTEIN

 

The aftermarket specialist Blue Print has launched an All-Makes program for braking. Blue Print offers a comprehensive, complete range of more than 3,400 brake friction components for Asian and European vehicle applications. In regard to brake pads and brake discs, Blue Print has a coverage of over 98% of all popular passenger vehicles and LCVs on European roads launched from the year 2000 onwards.   

Blue Print keeps pace with every new vehicle released into the market in accordance to the “Fast to Market” philosophy and utilizes Official Manufacturer Electronic Parts Catalogues to ensure ultimate levels of accuracy.

Additionally, going beyond the full selection of dry braking components for All-Makes, Blue Print, as a specialist for parts for Asian vehicles, also has the complete solution for the remainder of the braking range for Asian applications. This includes more than 3,200 parts covering over 70,000 applications. This provides an unrivalled breadth and depth of coverage for Asian vehicles.

Furthermore, Blue Print recognises the constant evolution of both automotive technology and environmental awareness. As a result, Blue Print offers an extensive range of brake pads and disc for hybrid and electric vehicles.

All components are developed and manufactured to meet OE specifications and are designed to serve as direct replacement parts. Rigorous and systematic quality checks are conducted to make sure that a continuous supply of quality products are being produced. This guarantees an excellent level of comfort and performance, all while ensuring for a safe journey.

Background:

Ferdinand Bilstein combines the well-known product brands febi, SWAG and Blue Print under the bilstein group umbrella. Together, the bilstein group offers more than 60,000 different technical spare parts for professional vehicle repairs. The internationally operating group of companies supplies its products to over 170 countries. For more information, please visit: www.bilsteingroup.com

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