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ContiTech expands automotive belt range
2nd Quarter 2018, Shaft power components


ContiTech has extended its range of automotive belts for the South African aftermarket. This service is the result the company updating its catalogue to include belts of most vehicles in those regions that fall within the aftermarket segment. Every automotive fan, Poly-V and timing belt is manufactured to OEM quality standards, with all fan belts and the majority of the Poly-V belts are manufactured in ContiTech’s ISO 9001:2000-, ISO 14000- and SHAS ISO 18000-certified production facility in Uitenhage. Additional Poly-V belts for the South African market are manufactured at Continental ContiTech’s ISO/TS 16949-accredited facility in Kranj, Slovenia, while all timing belts are manufactured at ContiTech’s ISO/TS 16949-, ISO 14001-, ISO 50001- and ISO 9001-certified plant in Hannover, Germany.

“We have updated our car parc to include most vehicles in the replacement market,” says operations manager, Paul van Zyl. “The current car parc is close to 6,5 million vehicles, and this number should increase as each year passes.”

Delivery of belts can be turned around with 24 to 72 hours of an order being received, depending on delivery location. This turnaround time, combined with the fill rate goal of 98%, positions the company as a preferred supplier in the automotive aftermarket industry. “We continue to update our catalogue – it is a work in progress,” van Zyl says in conclusion. “Our short-term aim is to ensure that ContiTech Africa can comprehensively cover at least 95% of all vehicles in the South African and sub-Saharan African automotive aftermarkets.”

For more information contact Lynne Dunn, ContiTech South Africa, +27 (0)11 248 9444, lynne.dunn@contitech.co.za, www.contitech.co.za


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