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News   July 30, 2010   by CARS Magazine

Beck/Arnley Adds 1,600 New Foreign Nameplate Part Numbers in First Half of 2010

Beck/Arnley announced it has added 1,600 new part numbers to its line of premium quality, genuine foreign name...


Beck/Arnley announced it has added 1,600 new part numbers to its line of premium quality, genuine foreign nameplate products in the first six months of 2010. Beck/Arnley is continuously expanding its product offering and catalog to provide aftermarket automotive parts needed by today’s service dealers and technicians.  

The latest 1,600 part numbers fall within the following Beck/Arnley product modules:

 

  • Brake & Chassis 1,197
  • Clutch & Driveline 31
  • Cooling 14
  • Electrical 15
  • Engine Management 189
  • Engine Parts & Filtration 154

Like all Beck/Arnley Genuine Foreign Nameplate Parts, these new additions to the product line reflect a unique process of Application Specific Sourcing. Beck/Arnley’s product management team researches a specific make/model application, evaluates the data, determines the exact part specifications and finds the best in class parts from its global supplier base of manufacturers of OE and OE quality parts.

“At Beck/Arnley, we are committed to making life easier for professional import technicians by offering OE quality parts that fit properly, broad vehicle and parts coverage, and product enhancements and solutions to make the installation job more efficient,” said Bob Anderson, vice-president product management, Beck/Arnley. “We have a global supplier network of more than 800 vendor relationships that allow us to pursue the best coverage of critical repair and maintenance parts.”

The new part numbers and their applications can be downloaded in either a PDF or Excel format by visiting Beck/Arnley’s Web site at www.beckarnley.com/beckarnleynumbers.html. The new numbers and applications are also available on Beck/Arnley’s Web catalog at www.beckcatalog.com.  Product questions can be sent to beckproduct@beckarnley.com.


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