Dayco will exhibit at Automechanika Frankfurt, September 13 – 17, with the focus of this year’s event being Dayco’s aftermarket engine component and kit range.
During the five-day event, considered one of the world’s leading trade shows for the automotive service industry, Dayco will showcase its expanded accessory belt range, its new light commercial vehicle catalogue and its timing belt-in-oil kits.
“As the complexity of accessory belt drive systems increases, Dayco designs and selects the best belt construction for specific applications in order to meet performance and technical function requirements,” said Franca Pierobon, Marketing and Communications Manager of Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India for Dayco. “In Europe, we have also launched a high technology solution of moulded accessory belts for difficult diesel and gas direct injection 4-cylinder engines, ensuring we provide our customers with the absolute best solution in terms of material and construction technologies.”
Dayco will also showcase its newly updated online catalogue for light commercial vehicles, which is designed to meet the growing demand for light commercial vehicle replacement parts. The catalogue, accessible at daycoaftermarket.com, includes 2,168 part numbers providing coverage for the most important European light commercial vehicles, such as those manufactured by Fiat, Iveco, Ford, Renault, Citroen and Peugeot.
“Our engineering expertise is applied to the entire engine, leading to streamlined, more efficient performance and better service,” said Diego Grigoletto, Dayco Aftermarket Sales Director in Europe. “The new Dayco light commercial vehicle catalogue, as well as our aftermarket products, kits and support, reinforce our commitment to customer success.”
More than 4,600 exhibitors and 137,000 visitors from 176 countries are expected to be present during Automechanika Frankfurt 2016. Dayco’s automotive aftermarket solutions, including accessory belts, v-belts, tensioners, pulleys, dampers, aftermarket kits and water pumps, will also be on display in Hall 3.0, Stand A71 during the event. For more information, visit automechanika.messefrankfurt.com