That’s a wrap for Autosupplies

Autosupplies Chesterfield delivery vans are getting a new look, thanks to a wrap from Mahle Aftermarket.

Wrapped vans hit the road

Jason Smith, sales and marketing manager at Mahle, said:  “Autosupplies is a well-respected motor factor across the area so we’re proud to further support the business and attribute our brand with the company with the new livery.”

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David Clarke, managing director at Autosupplies, added: “As our flagship brand we’re pleased to push the Mahle name into the aftermarket and promote our strong relationship. With our hourly delivery service across such a vast area the new livery will be seen by a large number of customers.”

The new van livery is part of the filtration company’s strategy to promote relationships with its valued motor factor customers.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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