Deeza Chassis Releases 135 New Part Numbers in First Half of 2012

Deeza Chassis Releases 135 New Part Numbers in First Half of 2012

Deeza Chassis Parts has released 135 new chassis part numbers in the first half of 2012. Deeza's new chassis parts include 65 Control arms, 43 tie rod ends, 19 ball joints and eight stabilizer links.

Deeza Chassis Parts has released 135 new chassis part numbers in the first half of 2012.

Deeza’s new chassis parts include 65 Control arms, 43 tie rod ends, 19 ball joints and eight stabilizer links. With these recent additions, the company now has more than 2,300 chassis SKUs available from Deeza’s Totowa, N.J. warehouse. New released parts were mainly for European and Asian applications but included some popular domestic applications as well.  

“Our extensive development program continues and by the end of the year, we expect to develop another 150-plus part numbers. On average, we are adding over 300 new parts every year with the primary focus on Foreign Nameplate applications and first to market coverage,” said Heath Breedlove, vice president sales & marketing, Deeza Chassis Parts.

Deeza provides more than 85 percent coverage for North American import applications with more than 95 percent on-time delivery and fill rates.

For more information about Deeza Chassis Parts, call (973) 237-1101, e-mail [email protected] or visit www.DeezaChassis.com.     

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