Parts supplier and manufacturer Elring Parts joins IAAF

Elring Parts, a leading parts supplier and manufacturer, has joined the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF).

Founded more than 140 years ago, Elring Parts is a seller of original quality parts, and premium end-to-end services.​

The specialist’s lightweighting concepts claim to help reduce the overall weight of vehicles, resulting in reduced fuel consumption and less CO2 emissions for internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, while those equipped with alternative propulsion systems benefit from an extended range.

In response to increasingly complex combustion engine technology, Elring Parts also continues to make refinements with regard to gaskets in order to meet the highest possible standards. This is complemented by solutions centred around thermal and acoustic shielding technology.

Mark Ventre, sales and operations manager at Elring Parts, said: “By joining IAAF, we will be able to better advocate for the interests of independent automotive businesses, networking with industry professionals, and staying updated on the latest developments and regulations in the IAM.”​

Mark Field, chief executive at IAAF, welcomed Elring Parts to the federation. He said: “Elring’s dedication to quality and commitment to support independent automotive businesses aligns perfectly with our mission. We look forward to collaborating with the team to continue to push the industry forward.”

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