Alltech Automotive Launches New Website

Alltech Automotive Launches New Website

The website has been redesigned to improve navigation, information, user friendliness and visual appeal, the company says.

alltechAlltech Automotive has announced the launch of the company’s new website. The website has been redesigned to improve navigation, information, user friendliness and visual appeal, the company says.

In addition to the changed design and layout of the pages, new functions have been implemented in this new improved version.

Design and Navigation:

•The design of the web pages and the structure of information have been changed to improve information overview and usability. The new design and colors now reflect the new Alltech Automotive branding and corporate image.

•Product Overview: Alltech Automotive has segmented the entrance to the company’s product portfolio, so it is now possible to view the company’s comprehensive offering by product categories.

•Improved Product Pages:

The presentation of the products in the Products section has been improved with more information and an optimized navigation structure.

•Technical Support: The addition of technical support information further serves to help our customers best utilize our products.

•Catalog: Provides a fast and easy link to the Alltech Automotive electronic catalog for all vehicles.

•Careers: It is now possible to view job opportunities and to read about Alltech Automotive as a place to work.
Visit to see the new site.

Alltech Automotive will exhibit at the AAPEX show, booth #235.

To learn more about all our quality automotive product offerings, please contact Alltech Automotive at (847) 658-1215

Alltech Automotive is a leading manufacturer of aftermarket auto parts for the United States and World markets based in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago (IL). We are devoted to delivering high quality products and services to both our trade partners and end consumers. Our goal is to ensure that our customers receive a consistent supply of quality Alltech auto parts at affordable prices. We believe in our products and work continuously to meet our standards of Quality, Consistency and Price. By meeting these standards we believe that we can make tomorrow better than today for our customers. For more information about Alltech, please visit our new website at

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