Supplier update: Dayco in at Partbusters

Following a series of meetings, a ‘strategic partnership’ to supply Dayco products has been signed by the Partbusters executives along with Diego Grigoletto and Steve Carolan, Regional Sales Manager for Dayco UK and Ireland , Partbusters’ customers will now be able to access the full range of steering and suspension products.

Dayco products now on the shelves at Partbusters

Nigel Owen, Partbusters UK Operations Director, commented: “Dayco is a partner we are proud of, as it has remained committed to the automotive aftermarket for 110 years. This for us is the absolute reason to be backing such established manufacturers”.

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Grigoletto from Dayco added: “We look forward to working with the team as we head into the new year and are excited about what this partnership will mean for our customers and the entire aftermarket supply chain, as they gain easier access to our complete range of new steering and suspension components.”

With the contract being delivered and handled by Andy Marlor, Area Sales Manager representing the Dayco executives,  he commented: “We are excited to be working with the Partbusters team and look forward to being a part of their journey.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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