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Aftermarket News Archive

MechanExpert Roadshow finishes in Galway tonight

The latest instalment of the MechanExpert Roadshow comes to an end tonight, September 12 at the Menlo Park Hotel, Headford Road, Galway from 18:00-22:00. Attendees

Tech’n’Tools vans supporting stockists around Ireland

Tech’n’Tools is currently supporting motor factor stockists by visiting garages and workshops across the country and helping equip technicians nationwide with tools that make jobs

Why cabin filters should be replaced

Replacing cabin filters when a vehicle is in for a service is usually part of the service schedule, but it is quite often overlooked, as

Dealer-only perceived parts from febi

febi supplies a range of dealer-only perceived products, delivered next day. Its selection of niche parts cover all areas of the vehicle, with strong coverage

Lumileds continues fight against counterfeit lighting products

Lumileds has launched a new webpage, providing details of Philips’ authorised distribution partners both in the UK and Ireland, as it continues its fight against counterfeit lighting

New AS-PL alternator for Kia and Hyundai models

AS-PL has added a new alternator to its range, suitable for various commercial Kia and Hyundai vehicles.

Hella presenting future lighting and electronic solutions at IAA

Automotive supplier Hella is presenting innovative lighting and electronic solutions for the key market trends – electrification and autonomous driving – at this year’s IAA

Banner launches latest campaign

Leading European battery maker, Banner Batteries has superseded its ‘Power Evolved’ promotional campaign by adopting a non-nonsense theme for the current battery season – ‘No

Somora adds Hella to portfolio

Somora Motor Parts has added leading OE and aftermarket manufacturer Hella to its portfolio.Somora will initially be stocking Hella core-free starter and alternators and the

Delphi partners with Cree for automotive silicon carbide devices

Delphi Technologies has partnered with US based Cree to utilise silicon carbide semiconductor device technology to enable faster, smaller, lighter and more powerful electronic systems