The new Airtex-ASC electric water pump numbers cover a variety of popular vehicle nameplates, including BMW, Toyota, Lexus, Volkswagen, Audi, Ford and Lincoln.
“We are excited to add Airtex Fuel Pumps and ASC Water Pumps to our current Carter Fuel Pumps portfolio,” said Jay Burkhart, president of TRICO Group. “We will now provide to our customers the industry’s strongest program in the pump category.”
The company also announced plans to introduce a new obsolescence program.
One lucky warehouse distributor will win a new Polaris Slingshot SL and a trip to AAPEX 2019.
Prior to joining Airtex-ASC, Lilovich served as business development manager for Brake Parts Inc, where he partnered with distributor customers, helping develop mutually profitable relationships.
Miller comes to Airtex-ASC after 18 years at Diebold, where he held a variety of positions including sales and operations execution manager, demand planning manager and global supply planning manager.
In his new role, Hawkins will be responsible for the development, implementation and management of quality control systems designed to ensure continuous production of advanced composite materials and applications.
The revamped site features additional product information plus increased technical support, according to the company.
In her new position, Moneypenny will manage the day-to-day operations of the Airtex-ASC customer service team, as well as design and implement new processes and operational policies to ensure that customer needs are addressed and expectations are fulfilled.
The Ford Q1 certification is awarded to manufacturing locations that meet stringent quality requirements in five areas: system capability, high performance, superior manufacturing processes, delivery performance and customer satisfaction.