NEW ‘QUALITY MARK’ FOR AFTERMARKET PARTS

The Performance Automotive Aftermarket Association trade body has introduced a ‘quality mark’ that can be displayed on its member’s parts, tools and products.

PAAA trade stand at a show

In a release, the organisation reiterated the standards each member has to abide by as part of the Code of Practice.

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“Because the PAAA is the only national body to represent the interests and safeguard the rights of the performance tuning industry in the UK, it provides an important and unique service to its members”, explains trade body Director David Power.

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“Like many trade bodies, membership requires companies to operate to extremely high standards. Therefore, when they see the logo, customers of PAAA members can rest assured they are dealing with a reputable and quality-conscious business that produces top quality products” he concluded.

Members include Eibach, Powerflex, Samco Sport and Asnu.

 

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Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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