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The Group Approves US Motor Works

US Motor Works (USMW), a Santa Fe Springs, California-based manufacturer and distributor of cooling and fuel systems, became a vendor partner of The Automotive Parts Services Group (The Group), throughout all of the Americas, effective May 1.

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“The Group aligns the strategic energy of two powerhouse distribution groups, Pronto and Federated, to provide the professional automotive service center a business toolbox that cultivates an environment for overwhelming success in the marketplace,” US Motor Works said in a news release.

US Motor Works is a family-owned company celebrating 25 years of manufacturing excellence. USMW has manufacturing and distribution capabilities in Santa Fe Springs; Los Angeles; and Monterrey, Mexico. With more than 200 dedicated employees, products are distributed quickly and accurately to customers around the world, the company noted. 

US Motor Works has four retail brands: USMW Professional Series, USMW HD, Derale Performance and Pacer Performance Products.

“The team combines its strengths of quality manufacturing, superior sales and customer service along with a global distribution network, to bring customers products that they can trust,” the company said in a news release. “USMW management and its employees are committed to providing an extensive line of consistent high-quality products, through their commitment to the continual improvement of their Quality Management System, ISO 9001:2015.” 

US Motor Works has been approved for its full line of water pumps, fuel pumps, fan clutches, water pump with fan clutch kits, water pump with timing kits and a full line of performance automotive cooling products. 

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