Parts record in sight for ACDelco

ACDelco has the 1000 part number target in its sights
ACDelco has the 1000 part number target in its sights

ACDelco is confident it can achieve a 1000 part number holding by the end of this year.

Fresh from adding a further nine references to its clutch program this month, the target is already in sight for ACDelco, whose current part number holding totals 916.

The company added over 100 references to its range in 2011, with the expansion set to continue throughout 2012. Of those new references ACDelco says it is now able to offer parts for a range of popular applications, including the Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra.

General Manager Lee Quinney says the continued expansion of the ACDelco range in the UK aftermarket is helping to grow his company’s profile in this country.

He said: “This latest development on clutch is yet further testimony to our policy of increasing range coverage inline with a constantly developing vehicle parc.

“What is particularly pleasing is the fact that all of the newcomers, the majority of which come with concentric slave cylinders (CSC), cover yet more popular fast moving applications. What is also pleasing is that new product is being added without there being any casualties coming out of range.”

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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