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Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Magneti Marelli Supplying Chrysler Dealers
Beginning this month, Magneti Marelli will begin supplying MOPAR and Chrysler Group dealerships with brakes, shocks, struts, oil filters, air filters, fuel filters and cabin filters for competitive makes. Other product lines will gradually phase into the Chrysler Group dealership network.
This will allow Chrysler dealers to sell parts to independent auto repair shops, and compete against regional parts retailers. Now Chrysler dealers will have access to everything from hoses and switches to oil filters and wheel bearings for Honda, GM, Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Kia and Hyundai vehicles.
Magneti Marelli is well known in the racing world and supplies parts and electronics to Formula 1 and World Rally Championship racing teams from all over the world. With 2010 revenues of $7 billion and approximately 33,000 employees, Magneti Marelli has a reputation for producing advanced automotive systems and components. The company has 77 production facilities, 11 research and development centers and 26 application centers in 18 countries.
The company is an original equipment (OEM) supplier to leading automakers in Europe, North America, South America and the Far East. Its comprehensive product line includes electronic systems, lighting, powertrain, shock absorbers, plastic components and modules, suspension and exhaust systems, and aftermarket parts and services.
Sources: Fiat SpA, Chrysler Media