Carter Fuel-Pump Catalog Wins Industry Award For Content Excellence

Carter Fuel-Pump Catalog Wins ACPN Receiver’s Choice Award

The award recognizes organizations that supply high-quality content such as ACES, PIES, digital assets and other formats.

Carter has won the 2021 Receivers Choice Award from the Automotive Content Professionals Network (ACPN). 

The Receivers Choice Award recognizes organizations that are supplying high-quality content including ACES, PIES, digital assets and other customer-specific formats. The recipients of the award are selected based on their exemplary content and their industry leadership in data integrity, accuracy, timeliness, completeness, responsive communication and best practices.

“We’re honored and humbled to be recognized by our industry peers for the thoroughness, accuracy and detail of our data and product information,” said David Logan, group manager. “Our engineers and catalog team do an amazing job compiling this comprehensive information. Great content makes our customers’ jobs easier by enabling them to access product applications quickly and accurately, ultimately leading to a better and faster repair process.”  

All of Carter’s fuel pumps are quality-engineered for the automotive aftermarket to meet or exceed OE standards for performance and durability. As part of its patented product design and verification process, Carter performs more than 20 verification tests to ensure that all fuel pumps meet demanding OE requirements, according to the company.

The most substantial engineering endeavor to date is the addition of always-new, never-remanufactured water pumps to the product lineup. A portion of the line includes the technician-friendly Rapid Fit premium water pumps – pumps that are engineered for time-saving installation featuring pre-adhered gaskets and recessed holes with pre-installed bolts. The line expansion makes Carter engineered pumps the coverage leader with over 95% domestic and import VIO, according to the company.

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