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Transtar Expands Into First Non-Transmission Product Category

Transtar has launched a comprehensive line of vehicle air-conditioning parts, components and tools.

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Transtar Industries, a Cleveland-based distributor of transmission and driveline-related solutions, has launched a comprehensive line of vehicle air-conditioning parts, components and tools.

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The Transtar A/C product line is the organization’s first entry into non-transmission or driveline parts in its 47-year history. It signals a significant investment in the company’s commitment to supporting repair shops’ evolving needs, the company noted in a news release.

“Vehicles are evolving, and so are our customers’ parts needs,” Executive Vice President Tom DeMille said. “We’ve supported shops since three-speed transmissions, and we’ll be there to support them with other complex vehicle repair, hybrid batteries and anything else the future of automotive throws our way.”

The Transtar A/C product line offers a complete line of air-conditioning parts and covers thousands of vehicles from 1970 to today, according to the company. Customers will benefit from all-new aftermarket clutches and compressors, condensers and evaporators, expansion valves and more – easily searchable on www.transend.us/ac.

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“Our cutting-edge parts lookup and ordering platform, Transend, continues to improve and drive innovations in parts ordering,” CEO Neil Sethi asserted. “I am proud of our Transtar A/C product line and confident we are launching at the optimal time, as temperatures rise throughout the U.S.”

Interested parties can search for and order parts on Transend by registering for a free account. Get started by visiting www.transend.us/action/register/customer.

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