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BBB Industries Adds More Than 100 New Part Numbers To Product Range

BBB Industries has announced that it recently added multiple new part numbers to its catalogs. The company added 18 new part numbers to its automotive catalog, covering more than 1.6 million vehicles in operation. This includes eight part numbers that cover 2012 applications, and 14 additional part numbers that expand its import car coverage.

BBB Industries has announced that it recently added multiple new part numbers to its catalogs. The company added 18 new part numbers to its automotive catalog, covering more than 1.6 million vehicles in operation. This includes eight part numbers that cover 2012 applications, and 14 additional part numbers that expand its import car coverage. In addition, 85 new part numbers have been added to the small engine catalog and six part numbers have been added to the heavy-duty offering.

“There’s a reason why BBB Industries is preferred by the professional installer,” said Bruce Bigler, executive vice president of marketing. “We continue to focus on ensuring that our customers and the installer have access to the latest products and technologies. We provide products that are built to OE specifications using OE cores. Our overriding objective is to ensure our parts fit like the OE unit, look like the OE unit and, most importantly, work like the OE unit.”

BBB Industries, a remanufacturer of starters, alternators and power steering products, also is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

For more information on these and other products, visit the company’s e-catalog and website at www.bbbind.com.      

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