IAAF to showcase the advantages of the aftermarket at the CV Show

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Commercial-Vehicle-Show_300pxThe Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation aims to open the minds of hauliers and fleet operators to the benefits of using the aftermarket.

It will explain how the aftermarket can support the CV sector with replacement parts, technical support and diagnostics, during the upcoming Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC in Birmingham.

The IAAF wants to help fleet operators and hauliers understand using the independent aftermarket can reduce their running costs, by being able to supply OE quality parts locally, as well as technical support and diagnostic information.

Brian Spratt, Chief Executive at the IAAF, said: “The IAAF won’t be pulling any punches at the CV show. We intend to demonstrate fully the benefits of the independent automotive aftermarket, highlighting once again the federation’s commitment to servicing a member’s business.”

It will be exhibiting in the Workshop area at the CV Show on stand 4E41 and will be joined by members of its Commercial Vehicle Committee throughout the event.

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