Veyance Technologies Expands Coverage With 160 New Part Numbers

Veyance Technologies Expands Coverage With 160 New Part Numbers

Veyance’s belt and hose products now cover more than 98 percent and 95 percent, respectively, of vehicles in operation.


FAIRLAWN, Ohio — Veyance Technologies Inc., enters 2015 with the momentum of having added 160 new part numbers to its automotive, heavy duty and outdoor power equipment aftermarket product lines during 2014.

Over the past few years, the company has added more than 1,800 part numbers as part of its concerted effort to expand coverage to more domestic and import vehicles. Veyance’s belt and hose products now cover more than 98 percent and 95 percent, respectively, of vehicles in operation.

“We’re very proud of the progress we’ve made in application coverage,” said Tom Lee, marketing manager at Veyance Technologies. “We use DataDrive, our market intelligence system, to anticipate the aftermarket’s replacement needs to be able to deliver the right parts to our customers.”

Among the new parts added during the past year were 98 molded hose parts that service a variety of domestic and import applications for passenger cars and light trucks.

The latest additions provide even more extensive vehicle coverage for some of the brand’s most popular products, including, belts, hose, tensioners and kits. “As older vehicles accumulate miles, belt and hose replacement will increase,” said Lee. “Veyance is committed to providing the automotive aftermarket with the right parts at the right time for both older and newer model vehicles.”

For a full listing of the product additions, visit or contact your local field sales representative.

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