Comline joins the VLS

Leading automotive parts and lubricant supplier, Comline Auto Parts Ltd (Comline), has joined the Verification of Lubricant Specifications (VLS).

Engaging with market participants and relevant authorities, the VLS works to pursue incorrect or false product quality and standards. The organisation works independently to investigate compliance and performance claims of lubricant products (such as oil) to ensure industry standards are maintained within the UK.

As an independent British supplier of aftermarket replacement parts and lubricants for all popular European, Japanese and Korean vehicle applications, Comline is dedicated to upholding a high level of quality across its diverse product range and its membership of the VLS serves to underline this commitment.

Comline General Manager Miten Parikh praised the membership saying: “Despite being a relative newcomer to the oil and lubricant market, Comline has quickly established a strong reputation in this product category by offering high-quality products and genuine value for money. Becoming an appointed member of the VLS adds further credibility to our brand in the lubricants segment and we firmly believe in the VLS ethos of bringing transparency to the UK lubricant marketplace. We look forward to working with them in support of this mission.”

VLS Secretary and Director General of UKLA, David Wright, added: “We are delighted to welcome Comline as a new member to our lubricants industry initiative to bring transparency to the lubricant market place and protect and educate end users. Suppliers such as Comline are a vital part of the Aftermarket supply chain and we are looking forward to working with them.”

Comline is one of the fastest growing brands in the European automotive industry and its own brand products are widely accepted across more than 40 countries worldwide. Acceptance as a VLS member underlines the brand’s growing stature in the lubricants sector and demonstrates Comline’s unwavering commitment to quality.

For more information on the VLS, visit www.ukla-vls.org.uk.