The businesses will now have access to the vast array of Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) benefits.
As the sole UK importer of Omega hydraulics and hand tools, Omega Tools offers customers a market-leading range supplied from its purpose-built warehouse in the heart of the Lake District.
Kevin Meacham, Omega Tools managing director, said: “We’re delighted to become a part of the IAAF network.
This exciting opportunity will enable us to connect with a wider range of industry professionals and brands, helping us to grow our business further and showcase our excellent opportunities to new and existing distributors.”
Although both businesses look forwards to taking advantage of the networking opportunities that are offered by IAAF, Lumag are hoping to use their membership to have a say in legislation that will undoubtedly affect the friction material manufacturer.
Colin Smith, Lumag managing director, said: “Joining the IAAF will present us with the opportunity to gain a deeper insight into legislation affecting our industry and support IAAF where possible.”
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive, said: “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Omega Tools to our network and Lumag is a great addition to our network.
“We’re thrilled that our membership continues to expand with big names getting behind our important activity.”
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