Standard Motor Products Inc. Announces Supply Agreement With PurePower Technologies

Standard Motor Products Inc. Announces Supply Agreement With PurePower Technologies

The agreement will leverage SMP’s proven marketing and distribution strategies to deliver PurePower Technologies’ premium diesel products to the automotive aftermarket, including new and remanufactured diesel fuel injectors, the company says.

NEW YORK — Standard Motor Products Inc. (NYSE: SMP), an automotive replacement parts manufacturer and distributor, announces a new supply agreement with PurePower Technologies.

The agreement will leverage SMP’s proven marketing and distribution strategies to deliver PurePower Technologies’ premium diesel products to the automotive aftermarket, including new and remanufactured diesel fuel injectors, the company says. Highlighting the offering are new OE-production injectors for 6.0L, 6.4L and I6 engines.

SMP is well-positioned as a leader in the automotive aftermarket diesel category providing a combination of outstanding product and the broadest coverage. SMP offers hundreds of diesel parts in dozens of unique diesel categories, and is a basic manufacturer in most of them. Keeping with the company’s commitment to deliver the finest quality diesel products, this new agreement solidifies SMP’s position in the diesel market and provides SMP customers with the high-quality product they need to compete in this growing segment.

PurePower Technologies has produced more than 25 million injectors for OEMs and the aftermarket on its way to becoming an industry-leading supplier of diesel fuel-injection systems. Each injector is the result of a vertically integrated process that employs design, development, and other techniques to ensure quality and efficiency.

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