SUPPLIER UPDATE: WINTER DEALS

New supply deal for Pro-Align

A couple of important supply deals have been signed this month. First, around-the- wheel kit dealer, Pro-Align, has arranged with diagnostic tool maker Texa to supply the latter’s new aftermarket ADAS system. As the wheel alignment company has a contacts book full of past and existing customers in the crash repair and tyre fitting markets, it seems like an obvious add-on.

Pro-Align will also carry Texa’s range of diagnostic equipment.“Texa is pleased to welcome Pro-Align to its’ distribution network, where they are ideally placed to offer a complete service to OE and professional workshops facing the challenges of repairing newer vehicles fitted with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems,” commented Dave Gordon, Texa’s OE and National Accounts Sales Manager.

Meanwhile, Poland-based supplier of new and remanufactured rotating electrics, AS-PL Limited has struck a deal with the Nexus trading group. The brand’s products will be available through factors that buy with the group, initially through Nexus Automotive’s Central Europe representative. Tomasz Kaszubowski VP of AS-PL said: “When joining the Nexus Automotive Central Europe group, we gain not only the ability to share knowledge and mutual experience. At the same time, we can carry out actions that will improve our competitiveness and contribute to satisfying our customers’ needs.”

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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