GW heads to Autoelectro for launch of new “non-exchange” starters and alternators

Remanufacturer and supplier complements portfolio with surcharge-free non-exchange parts

GW heads to Autoelectro for launch of new “non-exchange” starters and alternators
Autoelectro's Nick Hood told GW that remanufacturing is a sustainable option for the aftermarket.

At a press conference, held in-front of the automotive media at its Bradford headquarters, managing director, Tony Bhogal explained how Autoelectro’s latest investment will strengthen the company’s reputation as the UK’s largest independent remanufacturer of rotating electrics.

Complementing its full remanufacturing programme, consisting of more than 4,000 individual references, the surcharge-free non-exchange (NEX) range of starter motors and alternators covers 70 per cent of the UK car parc, incorporating the fastest-moving references and is packaged in the same bright red-liveried box – just with a different label.

Managing director, Tony Bhogal, is confident the release of the NEX portfolio will impress distributors both in the UK and Europe.

Each component is rigorously tested by the company’s thorough testing facilities, ensuring its quality reputation is maintained, and is supported by a one-year warranty.

He said: “For more than 30 years, Autoelectro has been a family-owned business which has strived to produce products which proceed the high standards we set ourselves – and I am delighted to say that our short range of surcharge-free part numbers follows that trend.

“We have listened to our customers, and, with this latest development, Autoelectro can now truly provide the one-stop shop and expertise for all our customers’ market rotating electric needs.”

Despite the obvious difference, NEX customers are entitled to the same technical and sales support as those that purchase Autoelectro’s exchange units.

Expert help and advice

The company’s team of experts are only a phone call, e-mail or webchat away should customers have an enquiry about fitting or diagnosis.

British customers of either range can expect same or next-morning delivery.

Both ranges are listed on TecDoc, AutoCat and Autoelectro’s website with the NEX range available immediately.

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