WAI highlights latest range expansion and commitment to being first-to-market

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WAI has expanded its range of alternators and starter motors, adding nine new references to its extensive product portfolio, including four new starter motors and five new alternators.

The leading rotating electrics supplier regularly introduces new to range parts, to meet the exacting quality demands of the UK aftermarket and the needs of the constantly expanding used vehicle parc.

During the course of 2023, WAI has introduced 139 new part numbers in its rotating electrics product group, including 77 alternators and 62 starter motors as part of the company’s commitment to being first to market with the latest references.

Highlights in WAI’s latest starter motor references include part number 31090N for BMW X2, 1 and 2 Series 2018-, reference 37071N to fit BMW 1 and 2 Series and X2 2019- and 30518N, a start-stop compatible starter motor to cover Fiat Ducato 2015-.

WAI’s new alternator range includes key part numbers such as 21568N, a 150A alternator for Iveco Daily 2015- commercial vehicles and part number 21641N, a 120A alternator to fit Kia Soul 2014- and Hyundai i20 2014- models.

The company recently invested in a brand-new headquarters and warehouse in Rotterdam, Netherlands, as it looks to offer customers greater availability and a new European hub.

WAI’s new office building and warehouse in Rotterdam further aligns the UK and European operations. A complete renovation of the offices and new racking has now been completed in the 80,000 square foot warehouse for increased availability and stock holding capabilities.

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