Raybestos will supersede all Specialty European part numbers into Element3 and discontinue the Specialty European brake pad line.
The company recognizes associates for exceptional performance impacting its overall success.
From supporting global issues such as hurricane recovery efforts, to local youth sports teams, philanthropy has been woven into the fabric of BPI’s corporate culture, according to David Overbeeke, president and CEO of Brake Parts Inc.
The company has raised more than $272,000 for Greater McHenry County.
Raybestos has expanded its specialty line of Performance Rotors, adding 60 new part numbers to cover even more popular performance applications.
BPI headquarters is centrally located in the U.S. and, along with its two distribution centers on the East and West Coasts, gives the company a strategic footprint to best serve its North American customers.
Raybestos new and remanufactured calipers are plated to provide peak performance in even the harshest conditions, according to Kristin Grons, marketing manager for Brake Parts Inc (BPI).
Raybestos says it had its customers in mind when the company decided to realign its product offerings into three distinct lines: Element3, Raybestos R-Line and Specialty, according to Kristin Grons, marketing manager for Brake Parts Inc (BPI).
Charles Ruder of Brake & Equipment Warehouse in Minneapolis, Minnesota, hit the jackpot as the lucky winner of the Raybestos 1953 Chevrolet pickup truck given away by the company last week at AAPEX.
With its donation, Brake Parts Inc has reached the AACF Diamond Supporter level.
For international visitors, the center offers translators and staff members to answer questions, as well as providing computer stations, private meeting rooms and light drinks and refreshments.
The Hazelton Eastern distribution center will service all BPI East Coast customers, including private label and customers of the flagship Raybestos brand, providing them with timely and accurate order fill rates, BPI says.