Birmingham, 9 May 2022: Leading remanufacturer and fuel systems expert, Carwood, is expanding its service offering with Bosch distribution for the UK and Eire. From this month, Carwood will supply a full programme of Bosch fuel pumps, injectors and spare parts for diesel and petrol vehicles. The extended range, which includes Bosch new, Bosch eXchange and repair components, complements Carwood’s existing line-up of authorised solutions, diagnostic tools, test equipment and technical support. Meaning that aftermarket companies can now access everything they need to deliver a best practice, competitive service on a large vehicle parc, from Carwood.
“With more than 23 million diesel- and petrol-powered vehicles on the UK’s roads equipped with a Bosch injection system, the Bosch parc represents a significant service opportunity for aftermarket companies,” comments Simon Quantrell, Deputy Managing Director, Carwood. “To help them take advantage of this, they can now get the specialist equipment, parts and know-how they need from one supplier – us – helping to improve productivity, profitability and customer satisfaction.”
As part of its one-stop-shop solution, Carwood have added more than 475 Bosch new and eXchange units for diesel and GDi, and over 1,250 OE spare parts, such as nozzles, valves and rail pressure sensors for diesel car, light commercial, heavy duty and off-highway applications. It also offers a wide range of OE diagnostic tools and test equipment, as well as the ability to diagnose, service and recode pumps and injectors in-house. For a best-practice vehicle repair, a technical hotline manned by experienced professionals, offers technicians on-the-job guidance on all fuel system related issues.
Quantrell continues, “The choice of Bosch new, Bosch eXchange and repair parts, means that service professionals can offer their customers a range of competitively priced solutions, without compromising on the quality of the product or their service. For example, a more economical repair for older diesel vehicles, where maintenance costs are often disproportionately high compared to their value, or a new or eXchange unit, where speed is a priority. Although new is still the only viable option for GDi, by differentiating their offering, and giving customers a choice of options tailored to their needs, aftermarket companies can stand out from the competition. In a fast-paced market, with increasingly discerning customers, this is a must for any business looking to grow.”
For more information on Carwood’s new Bosch programme, contact the Carwood sales team on 0121 543 5266 or email@example.com.