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US Motor Works Receives ‘WITTDTJR’ Award From The AutoZone Content Team

Founded in 1995 in the city of Commerce, Calif., US Motor Works LLC began assembling and manufacturing water pumps for the automotive and heavy-duty independent aftermarket with only three employees out of a 5,000-square-foot warehouse.

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US Motor Works LLC, a manufacturer and distributor of water pumps, fan clutches, electric fuel pumps, timing kits and oil pumps for the automotive and heavy-duty industries, was presented with a “WITTDTJR” (or What It Takes To Do The Job Right) Award for outstanding achievement at the recent AutoZone Content Cataloging Conference. According to the company, US Motor Works continues to provide 100 percent of the attributes and support that AutoZone’s content team requires.

“On behalf of US Motor Works, I truly appreciate the award and this acknowledgement. We accept and regard this award as a confirmation that our collective effort makes a difference. US Motor Works will always do whatever it takes to do the job right,” said Gil Benjamin, president and CEO.

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Founded in 1995 in the city of Commerce, Calif., US Motor Works LLC began assembling and manufacturing water pumps for the automotive and heavy-duty independent aftermarket with only three employees out of a 5,000-square-foot warehouse. Within a few years, the company purchased the fan clutch manufacturing operations known as Derale, and, in addition to water pump operations, US Motor Works LLC began to machine and manufacture a complete line of fan clutches.

Today, 20 years later, US Motor Works, LLC operates within an ISO-certified, 100,000-square-foot facility, with more than 130 employees, where the company engineers, manufactures and distributes fan clutches, water pumps, fuel pumps, timing kits with water pumps and oil pumps for the automotive and heavy-duty OE and aftermarket segments.

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