Federal-Mogul Selected As Channel Partner Of The Year By Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance

Federal-Mogul Selected As Channel Partner Of The Year By Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance

The 2013 award is based on Federal-Mogul’s exceptional performance in several key business areas, including product availability, customer support, training, marketing programs and field sales support.

 

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — The Federal-Mogul Vehicle Components segment was selected as 2013 Channel Partner of the Year by shareholders of the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance (Alliance), one of the world’s largest vehicle parts distribution and marketing networks. This is the fifth time Federal-Mogul has been honored as the top manufacturer serving the Alliance, which is the source of quality products and services for more than 2,200 parts stores and more than 3,000 certified auto service centers across North America.

The 2013 award is based on Federal-Mogul’s exceptional performance in several key business areas, including product availability, customer support, training, marketing programs and field sales support.

“Federal-Mogul and the Alliance are channel partners in every sense of the term – our teams collaborate on a daily basis to help drive sales, efficiency and bottom-line value for every Alliance shareholder and the thousands of customers they serve,” said Roy Kent, vice president, program distribution, Federal-Mogul VCS.  “This award is a source of tremendous pride for our entire organization.”

Alliance shareholders and their thousands of wholly owned and affiliated Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper stores offer a comprehensive portfolio of Federal-Mogul brands and products, including ANCO wipers, Champion spark plugs, MOOG steering and suspension products, National oil seals, Precision universal joints, Sealed Power engine parts, Wagner brake products and Wagner lighting components.

 

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