CPS Drivelink has become the latest automotive business to embrace electronic trading with parts distributors in the automotive aftermarket, after signing up to Pact electronic trading.
The company, based in Gateshead, Tyne & Wear supplies and manufactures oCommercial, Motor Vehicle and Motorsport driveline, steering and braking products has already seen electronic enquiries and orders increase with the implementation of electronic trading into the business.
Andy White of CPS Drivelink, said, “As a specialist manufacturer, we see ourselves as experts in implementing efficiencies throughout the business. Electronic trading is an extension of this and we’ve been hugely impressed at the ease of the system and how many enquiries / orders we have received”.
Mark Rudge of Pact said, “We continue to bring suppliers and distributors closer together and prove that electronic trading is a benefit for all businesses in the automotive aftermarket, specialist and mainstream, as it delivers serious cost-savings and efficiencies by automating the entire supply process.”
Pact, the joint venture between eParts and TecCom, has successfully connected more than 90 suppliers with over 2000 motor factor branch locations in the UK.