Wells Product Line Grows By Nearly 1,000 SKUs

Wells Product Line Grows By Nearly 1,000 SKUs

Among the 983 new part numbers are dozens of premium ABS wheel speed, air temp, crankshaft position, and knock sensors; purge valve solenoids; fuel injectors; pigtails; ignition switches; coils and other components that provide the original equipment fit and performance demanded by today's automotive professionals.

The Wells Vehicle Electronics product line has grown by nearly 1,000 SKUs within the past six months, reflecting Wells’ aggressive investment in market-leading coverage of foreign-nameplate and domestic passenger vehicles, as well as heavy-duty, industrial and marine applications.
 
Among the 983 new part numbers are dozens of premium ABS wheel speed, air temp, crankshaft position, and knock sensors; purge valve solenoids; fuel injectors; pigtails; ignition switches; coils and other components that provide the original equipment fit and performance demanded by today’s automotive professionals. More than 60 percent of the new automotive part numbers cover late-model foreign-nameplate vehicles from virtually every major global manufacturer.
 
The Wells product line now comprises nearly 38,000 advanced engine management, ignition, emissions, fuel system and other vehicle electronics solutions.

“Distributors and repair professionals look to Wells for two very important competitive advantages: the best quality and the best coverage,” said Bill Nonnamaker, vice president, sales and marketing, Wells Vehicle Electronics. “We’re continuing to expand our market leadership through aggressive investments in research and development and product management.”
 
For more information regarding Wells Vehicle Electronics solutions, visit www.wellsVE.com or write to: Wells Marketing, 26 S. Brooke Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935. For the latest Wells product listings, simply use the company’s comprehensive, user-friendly electronic catalog available at www.wellsVE.com.

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