Ring has announced that it will be supplying the UK automotive aftermarket with products from the connectivity brand, GadJet.
This follows a successful trial at the beginning of 2023.
GadJet has more than a decade of experience in supplying members of the public with mobile accessories and is widely recognised in forecourts and service stations, but the company has now teamed up with Ring to achieve a wider reach throughout the automotive aftermarket.
Available through Ring will be a vast array of products including earphones, phone chargers, phone holders, powerbanks and a variety of charging cables, giving drivers a solution for their phone needs.
All products will be sold with POS stands, such as free standing display units or counter display units, giving business owners a space saving and eye catching way of presenting these products.
Marketing director for Ring, Henry Bisson, commented: “We’re thrilled that we can announce this new partnership. During our trial with GadJet at the start of the year, we were pleased with the feedback we had from our customers, these products are easy to sell, look good in their display units and are priced well, making this a worthwhile investment for retailers and motor factors.
“It’s very common for drivers to have phone based accessories in their vehicles, and whether they use their mobile for navigation or music, it needs to be secured properly, hence the phone holders, while remaining charged throughout a journey, which is where the chargers come in.
“It was a no brainer for us and we’re excited to see GadJet grow in the aftermarket.”