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News Archive

New Mobile Dispensing Tanks from Sealey

Sealey’s new Mobile Dispensing Tanks, distributed in Ireland by HBA Distribution, are manufactured from hard wearing and durable polyethylene.

Loctite 518 continues to be developed

First introduced to overcome the problems associated with conventional pre-cut compression gaskets, Loctite 518 from Henkel has been continuously developed to increase its scope of application.

Comline steering and suspension available in Ireland

Comline, continues to demonstrate its growing position in the Irish market with the launch of its steering and suspension range, now available through the brand’s local subsidiary, Comline Ireland.

Exol gets facelift

Exol, a leading UK independent lubricants company has started to undergo its largest ever rebranding process, as it makes significant changes to its product labelling and packaging.

TMD Friction bolsters technical team with senior promotion 

Global OE manufacturer, TMD Friction has made a key promotion within its technical team to bolster its training resources on a global scale.  

Under bonnet LED inspection lamp from Ring

The Ring Under Bonnet Lamp is lightweight, adjustable and suitable to mount on any vehicle.

Jump starting made safe and easy by Ring

Jump starting is now fast, safe and easy, thanks to the new slimline Lithium Jump Starters from Ring.

Trico promotion extended

Autoparts Express and Carcessories are extending the joint promotion with Trico wiper blades: for every €100 spent on wiper blades, customers will receive a ticket that could win them a share of more than €10K worth of prizes until the end of November!

Hella supports path to clean mobility 

As one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers, Hella says it is actively driving the trend towards energy efficiency and electrification. The company offers a comprehensive portfolio ranging from battery management systems to DC/DC converters.

Are the Irish open to switching to electric/hybrid cars?

Irish motorists are now more open to switching to electric and hybrid cars according to the most recent Carzone Motoring Report.