APC Automotive Technologies Expands AP Emissions, Centric Parts Portfolios

APC Automotive Technologies Expands AP Emissions, Centric Parts Portfolios

More than 250 new SKUs have been added since January, helping to advance the fast-growing underbody parts supplier's coverage in exhaust and brake system components.

  APC Automotive Technologies LLC, a supplier of automotive, light truck and heavy-duty replacement parts, has just announced a substantial introduction of new part numbers across its AP Emissions and Centric Parts portfolios. More than 250 new SKUs have been added since January, helping to advance the fast-growing underbody parts supplier’s coverage in exhaust and brake system components.

AP Emissions debuts 43 new EPA/Federal direct fit and manifold converters and 35 ANSA mufflers and exhaust pipes.

Within the AP Emissions portfolio, 43 new EPA/Federal-compliant direct fit and manifold catalytic converters have been launched and 35 ANSA mufflers and exhaust pipes for popular late-model imports in the U.S. and Canada.

Centric Parts adds 91 suspension and chassis components, 19 hydraulics, 18 brake components, 5 hubs/bearings and 29 StopTech high-performance brake parts.

Centric Parts has released new part numbers covering 91 steering, suspension and chassis components, 19 hydraulics, 18 brake pads/shoes/rotors/drums, five hubs/bearings and 29 StopTech high-performance disc brakes, slotted/drilled rotors, brake pads and lines. These new SKUs offer excellent application coverage for more than 66 million vehicles in operation.

The following summary illustrates the breadth of new coverage delivered by APC:


According to Hugh Charvat, CEO of APC Automotive Technologies, “APC is working hard to maintain our leadership position in the underbody parts market. These new part introductions from our AP Emissions and Centric Parts portfolios deliver substantial additional coverage for millions of diverse vehicles in operation and are a testament to our ongoing commitment to serving the needs of our distribution partners and their professional installer customers.”

Charvat added, “This strong parts release out-of-the-gate in 2018 is just the beginning. We are still in the first quarter and expect to introduce many more new part numbers and application coverage as the year progresses.”

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