Klarius Products Ltd has announced the appointment of a new Sales Manager in France, David Mormentyn. David has many years’ experience in the B2B environment, working alongside major key automotive suppliers to the OE and OES. He will focus on delivering the huge 10,000+ Klarius aftermarket emission control component parts inventory from stock in the French market, in addition to adding local management resource for OE customers.
David commented: “We have established large local stock and supply logistics operations, offering next-day delivery on Klarius emissions components throughout France, with a next morning service available in several departments where stock facilities are located. More stock locations and local availability is being added via both the independent distribution network and with support from leading buying groups. Our aim is to make sure that quality emissions products are available next-morning for any vehicle in France.”
Over 10,000 premium Klarius emissions control product combinations are available in France, incorporating exhausts, catalytic converters (CATs), diesel particulate filters (DPFs), mountings and accessories. Every product in the range is designed and tested to mirror or exceed the efficiency and performance attributes of the OEM equivalent component.
Klarius actively develops components for vehicles of any age, with every applicable component manufactured and type-approved to EU legislative requirements by the VCA or TÜV as standard where required. As a result, the entire Klarius range is 100% compliant for use on European roads regardless of the age of the vehicle.
Klarius operates research and development, manufacturing and testing facilities in-house – which offers a truly integrated approach to producing aftermarket parts for the French market. This is supported by a focus on lean processes, optimum choice of materials and the latest 3D CAD design methodology to deliver components of consistent quality and durability. Newly developed parts are directly driven by customer demand, ensuring that motorists have access to the exact components required on reduced lead times.