Press Releases

  1. Autoelectro Boss to Chair Bradford Classic Judging Panel

    Autoelectro Boss to Chair Bradford Classic Judging Panel
    Contending classics include 1973 Triumph 2500s, 1971 Jensen Interceptor, 1959 Austin A30 and 1978 MBG GT. Autoelectro Managing Director, Tony Bhogal, has been appointed as Chair of the Judging Panel when deciding the Best in Show at the Bradford Classic, an annual classic car show with a wide range of cars from different eras. Taking place on Saturday 11th August...
  2. Corroded earth causing Fiat Grande Punto starter failure, experts advise

    Corroded earth causing Fiat Grande Punto starter failure, experts advise
    Starter motor known to crank excessively due to poor electrical connection on Grande Punto 1.4 (2006-onwards). A fault on a Fiat model, triggered by a corroded earth point which results in poor starting, is causing premature failures, rotating electrics specialist, Autoelectro, has warned. The starter motor for the Grande Punto 1.4 (2006-onwards), because of the poor electrical connection, has been...
  3. “We turn threats into opportunities”, Autoelectro MD Reveals

    “We turn threats into opportunities”, Autoelectro MD Reveals
    Bradford-based remanufacturer sticks to its three principles for more than 30 years: range, availability and quality. In a wide-ranging interview, Autoelectro Managing Director, Tony Bhogal, talks business matters at home and abroad, competition, challenges for the automotive aftermarket and the future. The perpetuating philosophy has ensured it continues to be an established force in the rotating electrics sector, a leader...
  4. Opinion: Rotating Electric ‘off-seasons’ No Longer As Prominent

    Opinion: Rotating Electric ‘off-seasons’ No Longer As Prominent
    Autoelectro's Nick Hood talks seasonal sales for starter motors and alternators. Summer is usually the season when the rotating electrics sector takes a breather, but, according to Autoelectro UK Sales Manager, Nick Hood, seasonality is not as prominent as it once was. Without doubt, winter is our season; it stands to reason as more vehicle electronics are utilised during the...
  5. Autoelectro Maintains ISO Quality Standards

    Autoelectro Maintains ISO Quality Standards
    Originally accredited in 1995, Autoelectro continues to flourish and impressed the assessors during a four-day exploration of its Bradford headquarters. Quoting from the report, ‘leadership is clearly demonstrated’ and ‘the business strategy is communicated throughout the company’. The standard was initially sought more than two decades ago, as Autoelectro wanted to carry out work for original equipment suppliers and original...
  6. Remanufacturing Continues to Flourish

    Remanufacturing Continues to Flourish
    A degree of confusion still surrounds remanufacturing, and there are issues that have hampered its reputation – some new and a few that date back many years – including a simple definition of remanufacturing and how it differentiates from other product types: New: A component manufactured or assembled using no pre-used parts Reconditioned: A component returned to good condition by cleaning, patching or...
  7. Autoelectro Premieres its ‘Behind the Scenes’ Video Online

    Autoelectro Premieres its ‘Behind the Scenes’ Video Online
    Autoelectro is pleased to release its new ‘behind the scenes’ video, filmed at its Bradford headquarters and remanufacturing facility, that illustrates the company’s journey to becoming the UK’s largest independent remanufacturer and supplier of starter motors and alternators. Within the two-and-a-half-minute video is a comprehensive guide to the remanufacturing process, from stripping down the old core all the way through...
  8. Old Core, New Tricks

    Old Core, New Tricks
    Autoelectro, remanufacturer of starter motors & alternators, has launched an online stock management system that makes it easier for motor factors to manage their inventories. The Active Inventory Management System (AIMS) allows Autoelectro’s customers to have greater control over their old core and maximise the opportunity to return it. The stockist is now able to have all of its outstanding...
  9. Autoelectro “Proud” to Deliver on even the Most Obscure References

    Autoelectro “Proud” to Deliver on even the Most Obscure References
    Maybach 62 and Jag XJ-S 6.0 V12 alternator amoung latest requests from customers While Autoelectro stocks its fastest-moving part numbers to ensure rapid delivery, it will accept even the most obscure requests and, in the UK, customers usually receive their order the next working day. The Bradford-based remanufacturer is proud of its track record, fulfilling a 100 per cent order...
  10. Audi, Jeep and Volkswagen Models Covered in latest New-To-Range Bulletin

    Audi, Jeep and Volkswagen Models Covered in latest New-To-Range Bulletin
    Autoelectro has continued to prove its pedigree as a ‘one-stop shop’ for all rotating electric enquiries with its latest new-to-range bulletin, covering Audi, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Vauxhall, Volkswagen and Jeep. The remanufacturer has once again proven its commitment to its customers with the latest expansion of parts available. The latest batch of parts are four alternators, the first of which, AEK3805...

Items 21 to 30 of 52 total

Copyright © 1986 - 2019 Autoelectro.co.uk. All rights reserved.