Veyance Technologies Expands Coverage With 112 New Part Numbers In Automotive Aftermarket Line – UnderhoodService

Veyance Technologies Expands Coverage With 112 New Part Numbers In Automotive Aftermarket Line

Veyance Technologies Inc., manufacturer of Goodyear Engineered Products, has announced the release of 112 new part numbers to its automotive aftermarket product line for the fourth quarter of 2012.

Veyance Technologies Inc., manufacturer of Goodyear Engineered Products, has announced the release of 112 new part numbers to its automotive aftermarket product line for the fourth quarter of 2012.

Goodyear Engineered Products belts and hoses now cover more than 98 percent and 95 percent, respectively, of vehicles in operation. Over the past two years, the company reports that it added more than 1,000 part numbers in a concerted effort to expand coverage to more domestic and import vehicles.

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

• 86 molded hoses
• 9 timing belt kits with water pump
• 7 tensioners
• 6 pulleys
• 2 OADs
• 2 poly-v belts

“We’re very proud of the progress we’ve made in application coverage and will continue to invest in our product lines in 2013,” said Tory Perren, marketing manager at Veyance Technologies. “Through the use of DataDrive, our market intelligence system, we’re able to deliver the right parts to our customers based on the aftermarket’s replacement needs.”

For a full listing of the product additions, contact your local Goodyear Engineered Products sales representative or visit www.goodyearep.com.

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