UFI Filters has signed up to electronic trading via the PACT  platform.

The new system enables comms between aftermarket suppliers and their motor factor customers by automating procedures such as stock enquiries and ordering, dispatch note and invoice transmission,  which are integrated at both ends of the process.

READ: Electronic systems are making factors lives a lot easier

Mark Rudge, PACT Country Manager  said: “It’s great to welcome UFI on board and we look forward to supporting them in delivering efficient scale-up as they further increase their customer footprint in the UK.”

PACT is a joint marketing initiative combining the TecAlliance Order Manager and Fourth eparts services . Recently, it announced the consolidation of sales and support services for the UK and Ireland.

UFI Filters’ Italian factory

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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