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Lumag’s Breck brand bolstered with 20 new vehicle applications

Date: 01-Sep-2017

Lumag is pleased to announce that its own-brand of brake pads, Breck, has seen its range expanded with the introduction of four new part numbers, covering 20 new vehicle applications.   
Further increasing the programme’s car parc coverage, the recently launched Breck range’s latest additions cover an extensive list of makes and applications, including BMW, Mini, Renault and Nissan.
As a leading supplier of original equipment brake friction products, Lumag has an exceptional understanding of brake friction technology. It has been setting the standards of performance and reliability in both the OE and AM markets, providing a comprehensive, premium quality selection to meet growing safety and environmental demands, as well as offering unique advantages to its customers.
Colin Smit, Managing Director of Lumag said: “These new references underline our continued investment in providing one of the widest ranges of brake pads to the automotive aftermarket, through both Lumag and Breck, designed to meet the growing demand. The range extension also highlights Lumag’s commitment to supplying OE quality parts to an even larger area of the UK aftermarket, further increasing the total car parc coverage for the benefit of our customers.”
The Breck brand was established 14 years ago as part of Lumag’s aftermarket portfolio, featuring cutting-edge technology and highest-quality materials which are synonymous with the Lumag name. Designed with LU 700 friction materials and manufactured at Lumag’s modern production facility in Poland, Breck brake pads feature low wear and ensure high braking efficiency, today supplying as many as 10,000 garages across the UK and Europe. The Breck range is underpinned by a number of core objectives, including reducing environmental waste, delivering excellent durability and performance, and guaranteeing safe braking.

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