Clevite Engine Parts Division Named to NAPA 95% Club

Clevite Engine Parts Division Named to NAPA 95% Club

Six different product lines supplied by Clevite Engine Parts have received the prestigious NAPA 95% Club honors based on outstanding shipping and service performance to the NAPA Distribution Centers in 2005.

Six different product lines supplied by Clevite Engine Parts have received the prestigious NAPA 95% Club honors based on outstanding shipping and service performance to the NAPA Distribution Centers in 2005.

Clevite product lines that were named to the NAPA 95% Club include:
• NAPA Gaskets;
• Clevite Engine Parts;
• Clevite 77 Engine Bearings;
• Perfect Circle Piston Rings;
• Clevite Oil Pumps; and
• Clevite Engine Kits.

This marks the fourth consecutive year that Clevite 77 engine bearings, Perfect Circle piston rings, Clevite oil pumps and Clevite engine kits have received the NAPA 95% Club Award. This is the third consecutive year that NAPA Gaskets has been named and the second consecutive year that Clevite Engine Parts has been named.

“On behalf of everyone at Clevite, we would like to thank NAPA for the recognition bestowed on us,” said Ted Hughes, NAPA business development manager. “We want to send a special thank you to all of our purchasing, product and distribution people who give their all to satisfy our customers day in and day out. This wouldn’t be possible without all of them.”

Clevite Engine Parts is a division of Dana Corporation and provides a wide scope of under-the-hood products for the global replacement parts market, including Clevite engine parts, Clevite 77 engine bearings, Victor Reinz gaskets and Perfect Circle piston rings. In addition, Clevite, Clevite 77, Victor Reinz and Perfect Circle are exclusive NASCAR Performance Products.

Clevite’s website address is www.engineparts.com.

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