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The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation

Ajusa becomes PACT enabled

Date: 16-May-2017

Original Equipment (OE) quality engine parts manufacturer, Ajusa UK, has now adopted the electronic trading initiative, PACT, streamlining its communication with parts distributors.

PACT will further support the manufacturer’s supply of OE-quality gasket sets and other engine components, including one of the widest turbo ranges in the marketplace.

PACT automates procedures from a distributor’s business management system to a PACT-enabled supplier, such as Ajusa, in an efficient manner, dealing with processes such as stock enquiries, ordering and the exchange of order acknowledgements, dispatch notes and invoices.

The process has proven to improve internal processes and also help eradicate the supply of incorrect parts throughout the automotive industry.
Ashly Esteban De La Rosa, managing director of Ajusa UK, said: “Here at Ajusa we keep moving forward and looking for ways to continually improve the smooth running of the business. We believe that by adopting PACT, we will reduce internal operating costs and have more time to focus on other areas of the business.”

Ajusa offers customers additional support alongside its products, including “real life” fitting videos and images to assist end users.

Offering next day delivery to companies in the UK, customers can benefit from Ajusa’s substantial investment in R&D and production processes.

PACT currently works with more than 80 leading passenger car and CV parts suppliers.

Peter Hollowood of PACT said: “Our network is continuing to grow with leading aftermarket players signing up to become PACT enabled month on month and we’re delighted to have Ajusa on board. This growth is great news for the industry as suppliers can now communicate with distributors more effectively and directly than ever before.”

PACT provides a free audit to suppliers to determine their electronic trading usage, ranging from the number of transactions and volume of data exchanged, in order to arrive at a cost for implementation within the network.

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