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Aftermarket News Archive

Shell Helix Ultra lubricants now available in Ireland

Shell has announced that it will offer carbon neutral Shell Helix Ultra lubricants in the Island of Ireland and other markets across Europe, Asia-Pacific, and

TecAlliance solves tricky Audi A4 performance case

TecAlliance, one of the leading data management specialists in the independent automotive aftermarket, is continuing its new series “What the Fix?!”. Each month a new

Martin Kinsella, RIP

It was with great sadness that we received the news of the death of Martin Kinsella, a valued member of the Toyota Ireland aftersales team.

febi adds new components to range

febi has added a range of new products to its ‘Fast to Market’ car offering. The company has added an oil pan (172288) to fit

IAAF chief Wendy Williamson to retire in 2021

The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) says that its chief executive Wendy Williamson will retire in August this year.

First Line makes its mark on electric vehicle sector

According to SIMI figures, last year’s electric vehicle sales in Ireland increased by over 16 per cent on the year previous, and continues to increase

Broad range of Bosch cabin filters for electric vehicles

Electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids continue to be of increasing importance for workshops. Featuring a market coverage exceeding 90 per cent, the Bosch range includes

Schaeffler REPXPERT ‘Tea-break training’ continues to impress technicians

Schaeffler’s REPXPERT ‘Tea-break training’ concept continues to captured the attention of the workshop community, with more than 200 workshops and technicians again attending the latest

Textar adds brake pads for two new Mercedes models

Textar has added to its expansive aftermarket product range by manufacturing brake pads for the new Mercedes-Benz GLA and GLB.

New turbo system tester set from Laser Tools

Laser Tools has launched its new 13-piece turbo system tester set (part number 7981), which is designed to charge the turbo system with a low