Our North American team showcased our latest aftermarket turbocharger innovations at renowned automotive aftermarket show, AAPEX 2023, which took place in Las Vegas NV, at The Venetian Expo on 31st October – 2nd November.
Attendees spoke directly to our experts to learn more about best-practice fitment and were able to get up close and personal with the most recent product releases, with new-to-range parts available to view on the stand, including in-demand references for Ford, VW and Mercedes-Benz.
These references have been added as part of our pledge to continue to introduce products on a regular basis to deliver a wider range of vehicle coverage than ever before, ensuring it can meet the growing vehicle parc.
Mike Franke, Technical Support/Sales at Melett North America, said: “AAPEX offers the perfect platform to meet with our core customer base and we thoroughly enjoyed catching up with visitors on a one-to-one basis, discussing upcoming trends in the marketplace and taking them through our wide range of leading turbochargers and components for the industry.
“We are constantly innovating our range via our dedicated UK turbo and core production facility to better support customers, and regularly introduce in-demand parts to ensure their requirements can be met.”
Our North American facility has established a prestigious reputation in the turbocharger aftermarket thanks to it’s offering of high-quality components, designed and engineered in the UK to match the OE specification, and backed up by world-class customer service.
We offer an extensive range of assembled and VSR balanced CHRA (core assemblies), eliminating the need for repairers to invest in expensive high-speed balancing equipment.
Each core assembly is quality checked and inspected against the original equipment specifications to ensure OE performance is maintained during operation.
Turbocharger repair specialists can provide a full turbo inspection and diagnosis service to help identify the root cause of failure and prevent further issues.
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