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The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation

IAAF welcomes Diesel Technic UK & Ireland to its membership

Date: Thursday 12 August 2021

The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has added another new member to its ever-growing membership list, welcoming one of the largest automotive parts and accessories supplier, Diesel Technic UK & Ireland.

Diesel Technic was founded in Germany in 1972, with product brands DT Spare Parts and SIEGEL Automotive, and this is where its headquarters remain. Diesel Technic UK & Ireland is one of seven subsidiaries with service and logistics centres and authorised distribution partners to ensure local support and reliable spare parts supply for workshop customers in more than 150 countries.

Diesel Technic provides the trade with the opportunity to meet all demands of the market, at all times. The brand’s core competence is to develop high quality spare parts and to ensure a reliable, worldwide supply of spare parts for HGV, LCV, trailer, bus and coach applications.

Distribution partners and its workshop customers value Diesel Technic's expertise as a reliable full-service partner that keeps their business and vehicles moving.

Based in Kingswinford, close to Birmingham, Diesel Technic UK & Ireland has been supplying its distribution partners and their workshop customers in Great Britain and Ireland with DT Spare Parts and SIEGEL Automotive parts and accessories since 2015.

Diesel Technic UK & Ireland also offers its customers a Partner Portal, which provides an eCommerce solution as a 24/7 procurement platform, with a service centre to support its partners everyday needs and first-class logistics to ensure fast and reliable supply of parts.

Mark Todd, General Manager at Diesel Technic UK & Ireland, comments:

“We are delighted to be joining the IAAF, first and foremost to support the UK automotive aftermarket industry, particularly during the current challenging market conditions.”
“We are also looking to strengthen our presence in the UK and also to raise awareness of our brands and how cost effective we can be in supplying the UK automotive aftermarket with our diverse range of products.”

As an IAAF member, Diesel Technic UK & Ireland will have access to many of the federation’s benefits including entry to industry networking events, insights into the IAAF’s lobbying activities to protect the automotive aftermarket, free legal helpline, credit protection advice and lifestyle protection plans.

Mike Smallbone, Head of Membership Development at the IAAF, comments:

“We’re delighted to have Diesel Technic UK & Ireland on board. And we’re looking forward to cementing our relationship with the brand to enjoy a mutually beneficial collaboration.”