Auto technicians have a chance at a grand prize experience valued at $5,000 in Centric Parts’ new “Ultimate Summer Getaway” promotion, which runs Aug. 1 – Sept. 30, 2019.
APC Automotive Technologies LLC has added more than 260 part numbers across its AP Emissions and Centric Parts portfolios since January 2018.
Centric Parts has introduced a line of StopTech GCX disc brake rotors that are specially engineered to restore OE performance and provide superior protection from rust and corrosion, even in extremely harsh conditions.
The 2018 edition of the Centric Parts brake systems catalog has 794 new part numbers, including new StopTech GCX rotors and Tactical brake pads.
Centric Parts has been named supplier of the year by the National Pronto Association.
Centric Parts' 2017 steering and suspension components catalog has more than 1,400 new listings covering more than 200 makes and models of vehicles built from 2000 through 2017.
The federal government had an opportunity to mandate three types of automatic emergency braking (AEB) technologies on all light vehicles last year. But in January 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said no. The agency explained AEB technologies are already here, and its own rule making process would delay the development of even better technologies for improving vehicle safety.
Centric Parts has promoted Don Bales to the newly created position of corporate logistics manager.
Centric Parts’ 2018 StopTech High Performance Brake Systems Catalog has more than 14,000 new part listings covering over 200 makes and models of vehicles built through 2018.
Centric Parts has promoted Brian Schweinhagen to director of quality, a newly created position.
Centric Parts’ latest chassis program guide is now available.
Centric Parts has been received a 2016 vendor of the year award from Levine Auto & Truck Parts LLC of Danbury, Conn.
Centric Parts has received the 2016 Partnership Award from XL Parts LP, a direct-to-installer automotive parts supplier serving the Houston, Dallas and Fort Worth areas in Texas and the Oklahoma City, Okla., and Baton Rouge, La., markets.