Elta Automotive joins IAAF

The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has announced Elta Automotive has joined its membership roster.

Elta HQ in Birmingham

Birmingham-based Elta automotive component importer and distributor, and a licensee of the Lucas brand. Established in 1993, the company delivers a product range across a portfolio of brands and categories including, automotive bulbs, wiper blades, fuel & engine management, heating & cooling, switchgear and window lift regulators.

Ian Hallam, Managing Director, commented: “We focus everything we do to meet the specific demands of independent businesses throughout the automotive aftermarket – so joining a group whose mission is to secure the future of the independent automotive aftermarket is a perfect fit.


“We feel we can better commit to our mission to focus everything we do to meet the specific demands of the market as a member of the IAAF.”

Head of Membership Development at IAAF, Mike Smallbone, added: “We’re thrilled to add ELTA Automotive to our ever-growing membership. As the market demands even more from suppliers today, we are happy that our members are made up of those committed to delivering good value, high-quality products to the automotive aftermarket.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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