CV supplier KEV joins IAAF

The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation has announced the addition of commercial vehicle parts supplier, KEV Limited, to its membership.

KEV Limited is a wholesaler and manufacturer of aftermarket components for the commercial vehicle market. The company supplies truck and trailer parts for heavy duty vehicles.

KEV corporate logo

Ugur Kizikoglu, director at KEV Limited, said: “One of our values at KEV Limited is networking and helping other companies grow whilst exposing our brand for businesses to be dependent of us, and the IAAF is a great platform for us to continue to achieve this.

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“We’re honoured to become a member of the IAAF and we hope to build long-lasting relationships with other members, whilst showcasing equality and transparency. We have a coherent vision to take our brand to the next level of the automotive parts sector, through co-operation with professional partners to execute challenges, as we foster an environment of collaboration.”

As an IAAF member, KEV Limited will have access to many of the federation’s benefits, including entry to industry networking events and insights into IAAF’s lobbying activities to protect the automotive aftermarket.

Mark Field, chief executive at IAAF, adds: “We’re delighted to have KEV Limited on board as we continue to expand our commercial vehicle membership and efforts in the CV sector. We look forward to working with Ugur and his team this year and beyond.”

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