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Brake Engineering Encourages Garages to Stock up on Calipers Ahead of Winter Demand

Brake Engineering Encourages Garages to Stock up on Calipers Ahead of Winter Demand

One of the UK’s leading brake suppliers, Brake Engineering has been working to highlight to the aftermarket the importance of effective stock management over the winter period. The company have been predicting that calipers are going to be in high demand this season, so companies need to be prepared and stock up to ensure that they can meet this high demand.

As the temperature drops and the road conditions get worse, braking systems are put to the test, and this time of year is the perfect time for garages to remind motorists of how important winter vehicle checks are. As a part of this advice, Brake Engineering has highlighted a 12 different calibers that are popular products throughout winter. These calipers cover 256 vehicle applications, among these the Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class (2008), Audi A1 (2010) and Toyota Auris/ Corolla (2012). When looking at the LCV offering to the aftermarket, Brake Engineering has also said that the calipers used in the Ford Tourneo Custom / Transit / Transit Custom (2012) are also in high demand.

To date this year, Brake Engineering has seen over 40 different brake calipers have been introduced. These calipers cover more than 1,000 different vehicle applications, offering a wide range of choice for garages to stock up and be prepared for the season ahead.

Brake Engineering have also said, in line with their Original Aftermarket promise, that they are committed to ensuring that products introduced to the market in order to meet the demand that has been faced by independent garages and motor factors while also working to offer their customers the complete, traceable braking solutions of excellent quality that will give confidence and reassurance when they are back on the road. Braking is a safety critical product group, and Brake Engineering are aware of how essential it is to deliver quality products, and the promotion of its importance is understood throughout the supply chain.

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