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New Edition of Autosessive Workshop Essentials Catalogue

The new edition of the ever popular Autosessive Workshop Essentials catalogue is now available. This latest version contains over 2,000 workshop consumables, tools and accessories, across 196 pages making it the biggest catalogue of its type within the automotive aftermarket.

Inside the catalogue technicians will find a host of new products and expanded ranges. With summer in mind, the Vehicle Cleaning section has many additions, including the new ‘black’ car cleaning range from Simoniz and Holts Valeting range. The Hygiene & Protection section of the catalogue has been expanded to include the GrimePro range of hand cleaning products, Microflex extra strong disposable gloves and Rockfall safety boots. Other enhancements include new power packs and inverters from Ring Automotive, along with a wider range of MIG Welders from Sealey.

The new products sit alongside the huge range of maintenance consumables, hygiene products, PPE, vehicle cleaning, hand tools, light equipment, tyre bay products and touring items, that make the catalogue a truly one-stop source for workshops.

As Simon Moore, marketing manager states, “Our latest Workshop Essentials catalogue features some of the industry’s leading brands such Wynn’s, Delphi, Comma, Bosch, Kent Car Care, Swarfega, Sealey, Sykes Pickavent, SIP and Ring. The combination of everyday tools and consumables, along with specialist application products make it truly indispensable for all technicians.”

The new Autosessive Workshop Essentials catalogue is available from your local CES (UK) branch or you can request a free copy online .

The Parts Alliance lands Unipart Automotive deal, safeguards more than 300 jobs

In its bid to become a £1 billion turnover group, leading UK and Ireland automotive buying and distribution group, HgCapital-owned The Parts Alliance, together with latest associate member Andrew Page, today announced its joint acquisition of 33 branches from the former Unipart Automotive, which has entered administration.

The deal, which is for an undisclosed sum, bolsters The Parts Alliance network to 287 branches nationwide and reflects its ambition to capture more great regional talent and brands under the Parts Alliance umbrella and pursue its dynamic growth strategy.

Peter Sephton, Chief Executive of The Parts Alliance, said: “This is a real opportunity for us to safeguard and integrate more industry talent with the excellent staff from Unipart Automotive who will be joining us. As a service-centric organisation, the quality and calibre of our teams is a vital ingredient in our success, along with best-in-market products, systems and practices. This further increases our service levels to our major national and independent customers. It is, of course, deeply sad when businesses enter administration as jobs are inevitably lost, but we are pleased that through this deal we will be saving 350 jobs and bringing these into the fold” he added.

New Engine Management Brochure Out Now


You don’t have to go to dealers to get engine management parts. The new engine management brochure featuring our range of engine management parts is out now.