BWD Automotive Re-launches BWD Brand to Reflect High Technology and Product Innovation

BWD Automotive Re-launches BWD Brand to Reflect High Technology and Product Innovation

BWD Automotive recently announced that it has re-launched its BWD brand with new packaging designs that reflect its dedication to delivering high technology and continual product innovation.

BWD Automotive recently announced that it has re-launched its BWD brand with new packaging designs that reflect its dedication to delivering high technology and continual product innovation.

“BWD is committed to being the very best with engine management technology that sets the standard in the automotive industry,” said John Nodson, director of marketing. “Whether it is spending more on research and development, or upgrading and expanding our product line, we work hard to earn our customers’ trust and loyalty. BWD is constantly evolving to give customers the competitive edge they need to compete in today’s ever-changing marketplace.”

The BWD brand re-launch is a direct result of extensive customer research that was conducted across the country to find out what BWD Automotive customers really want out of the brand in terms of product capabilities, marketing information and technical service support.

BWD Automotive, based in Long Island City, NY, distributes and markets premium quality replacement auto parts for foreign and domestic vehicles. Products include ignition components, sensors, fuel injection components, emission control products, carburetor kits and floats, spark plug wire sets and trailer connectors.

For more information, contact your local sales associate or visit www.bwdautomotive.com.

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