1000 up for Comline in steering and suspension

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Comline_Suspension_1000PartsComline has just launched its thousandth part number in its newly formed steering and suspension range.

The announcement comes just 12 months on from when this product category was originally launched, and has seen it quadruple its range from 250 to 1000 parts.

The rapid development of this range now sees Comline able to offer coverage for 90 percent of the European, Japanese and Korean car parc.

Malcolm Rosher, Sales and Marketing Director at Comline, said: “Steering and suspension is going to be a hugely important product category for Comline in the years ahead. The progress we have made in this category in such a short space of time is phenomenal and a real compliment to the drive, determination and talent of our Product Development Team.”

As part of this quick expansion into the steering and suspension product area, Comline has released a number of new parts categories, including stabliser links, control arms and suspension kits, and is now in a position to provide the aftermarket with a complete solution.

Rosher added: “Our goal was to become a major player in steering and suspension right across Europe and we now have the depth and quality in our range to support that goal. We will continue to expand and refine our already excellent product offering and I firmly expect this arm of the Comline business to go from strength-to-strength in 2014.”

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