PACT Enabled

QH Autoparts become fully PACT enabled

  • PACT
  • Mark
  • Apr 13, 2014

PACT, the automotive aftermarket connectivity initiative between eParts and TecCom, is delighted to announce that QH Autoparts has become fully PACT enabled as part of the brand’s successful return to the automotive industry.

Tetrosyl Group acquired the QH brand in February 2013 and its redevelopment has included new packaging for the entire range of products and a revised brand image. Products available in the QH range include auto electrics, brakes, cooling, engine components, steering & suspension and, transmission products.

As part of the PACT initiative, QH Autoparts is able to connect and trade electronically with more than 2000 buyer locations throughout the UK.

Other benefits include the automation of invoices and dispatch notes, which bring about an enhanced trading relationship and increased productivity, while at the same time reducing costs and increasing efficiency.

Ian Tench, Tetrosyl group commercial director, said: “Our investment in PACT underlines our commitment to customers by ensuring complete visibility of stock and immediate enquiry and ordering access.”

Peter Hollowood of PACT added: “It’s great to see the QH brand back in the automotive aftermarket and we’re delighted that PACT can play an integral role in its communication and trading with customers.”

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