TTC launches new CV catalogue
TTC, the aftermarket supplier for commercial vehicle components has a fantastic new catalogue on its stand at the CV Show at the NEC in Birmingham this week alongside the company’s innovative new product ranges.
TTC has been producing its comprehensive Truck & Trailer Components Catalogue for nearly 40 years. The TTC Catalogue has gained such a strong reputation with the commercial vehicle aftermarket sector, that it has become known as “the industry bible”. TTC’s Catalogue has evolved though many editions, each one becoming more comprehensive than the last. The very latest edition, Edition 17, is being released at the CV Show in an exclusive limited edition format.
TTC have chosen to support the automotive industry charity, BEN, with the release of the all new TTC Edition 17 catalogue. Hot off the press, this catalogue will be made available to customers in a special “Limited Edition” format in honour of BEN. Customers will be able to secure one of 500 limited edition copies for a donation of their choosing to BEN.
The TTC team is also presenting the latest technology in commercial vehicle catalytic converter and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) anti-theft devices. TTC has partnered with TruckMinder to present the latest specification technology to the commercial vehicle industry. With some catalytic converter systems costing more than £20,000, it is important that fleet operators receive an immediate warning of any attempt to steal the catalytic converter or fuel from commercial vehicles. TTC isconfident that this latest technology delivers the very best protection to fleet operators and protect operator profit margins.
Tony Sackett, Managing Director at TTC commented: “We are delighted that we have a range of innovative and market leading products on our TTC stand at the CV Show. The threat to commercial vehicle operator margins due to material theft is very real, and increasing by the day. A recent BBC report published in late 2013 identified that almost 25,000 thefts were reported to police forces across the UK between 2010 and the first half of 2013. With some of the more advanced CV catalyst systems costing upwards of £20k, it makes for a very expensive repair, especially when you start to add in the downtime and disruption to day-to-day business operations.
“We are delighted with TTC’s brand new “Edition 17” catalogue which contains the TTC quality alternative range of products to complement our existing OE brand propositions. This winning combination provides customers with a quality solution to support their own customers’ growing needs in a demanding and cost conscious market sector. TTC aims to develop product propositions to align the needs of its customers and ensure the products we offer are competitively priced. Together with our 7pm order cut-off for nationwide, next day deliveries, TTC offers a quality solution and excellent availability.
“As well as the new TTC Catalogue and products, we will also be showcasing our new electronic catalogues and our easy to use e-commerce site.”