Veyance Technologies Expands Coverage with 104 New Part Numbers in Automotive Aftermarket and Heavy-Duty Lines

Veyance Technologies Expands Coverage with 104 New Part Numbers in Automotive Aftermarket and Heavy-Duty Lines

Veyance Technologies, manufacturer of Goodyear Engineered Products, has announced the release of 104 new part numbers to its automotive aftermarket and heavy-duty product lines for the second quarter of 2012.

Veyance Technologies, manufacturer of Goodyear Engineered Products, has announced the release of 104 new part numbers to its automotive aftermarket and heavy-duty product lines for the second quarter of 2012.

According to Veyance, the additions provide even more extensive vehicle coverage for some of the brand’s most popular products, including:

• 49 molded heater hoses

• 30 Gatorback belts

• 18 molded radiator hoses

• 3 timing belt kits

• 2 tensioners

• 1 pulley

• 1 fuel fill hose

Goodyear Engineered Products belts and hoses now cover more than 98 percent and 95 percent, respectively, of vehicles in operation, the company says. Veyance has added more than 900 part numbers since the beginning of 2011 as a part of a concerted effort to expand coverage to more domestic and import vehicles.

“We use DataDrive, our market intelligence system, to anticipate the aftermarket’s replacement needs and quickly add those parts to be first-to-market,” said Tory Perren, marketing manager at Veyance Technologies. “We’ll continue to invest in all of our product lines based on our customers’ needs, now and in the future.”

For a full listing of the product additions, contact your local Goodyear Engineered Products sales representative.

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