CADNA Introduces ArmorMark Platinum Series Timing Belt Tensioner Kits

CADNA Introduces ArmorMark Platinum Series Timing Belt Tensioner Kits

Designed to maximize coverage and reduce inventory, CADNA Automotive has introduced its new ArmorMark "Platinum Series" Timing Belt Tensioner Kits to the automotive aftermarket.

Designed to maximize coverage and reduce inventory, CADNA Automotive has introduced its new ArmorMark “Platinum Series” Timing Belt Tensioner Kits to the automotive aftermarket.

“Unlike competitive programs that are limited to only ‘belt-centric’ assortments, our beltless kit optimizes inventory expense by more than 40 percent so jobbers and WDs can offer increased vehicle coverage while investing their working capital in other areas,” said Dan Clevenger, president, CADNA Automotive.

Since timing belt tensioners and idlers tend to be more common across vehicle platforms than belts, a belt-centric program often requires redundant use of like tensioner components with unique belts. Since belts are also sold individually, inventory duplication results from stocking both belts and tensioner components. The ArmorMark beltless kit program solves this issue.

“Flexibility is our core competency, and we are always committed to giving our customers choices that work best for them,” said Clevenger. CADNA now provides the option of the new beltless kits or the traditional timing belt system kit that includes timing belts. “This provides customers the ultimate ability to choose the program that works best for their market,” added Clevenger.

ArmorMark Timing Belts and Tensioner Kits are manufactured against original equipment (OE) fit, form and function specifications and offer extended warranties and complete application coverage.

For more information on CADNA Automotive, phone (888) 757-8556, email [email protected] or visit www.cadna.com.

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