Dayco in new supply deal with Andrew Page

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Dayco says it has concluded a new supply deal with Andrew Page.

The agreement means that Dayco will be supplying the Page network with its entire automotive product offering, increase the number of workshops that have access to its product ranges.

Dayco says there is a misconception in the market that the company simply makes belts, but it is keen to stress that its manufacturing facilities are also busy making tensioners, dampers and pulleys.

Dayco Aftermarket UK’s Steve Carolan said: “The supply contract we have concluded with Andrew Page has brought together two businesses that are driven by quality to form a partnership that is able to deliver a complete package to the workshop and thereon to the consumer.

“Dayco has not become Europe’s largest OE timing belt manufacturer by chance; we have invested in our facilities, personnel and in the technology necessary to become the preferred product supplier to several European VM’s. This investment also allows us to provide Andrew Page with a full range of products to not only satisfy, but also grow their customer’s power transmission business.

“Therefore, alongside our timing belt kits, we shall offer the belts and tensioners necessary to maximise the opportunities afforded to workshops by front-end auxiliary drive (FEAD) system maintenance, which is an under developed segment at the moment.

“As a result, we are excited to have been able to come to an agreement and look forward to this new era between our two companies, which we believe will mature into a long and successful relationship for both businesses.”

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