SAF-Holland launches bumper-to-bumper program

SAF-Holland launches original parts bumper-to-bumper program

SAF-Holland, noted manufacturer of trailer and truck suspensions, fifth wheels, landing gear and coupling products, has launched its new SAF-Holland Original Parts Bumper-to-Bumper program.

The new programincludes quality replacement parts for servicing SAF-Holland’s core product brands: SAF, Holland and Neway in addition to its Binkley and Simplex legacy brands. All told,the new Bumper-to-Bumper program will host more than 11,000 parts, all readily available and meeting the company’s quality standards.

“This program will help to educate and equip our distributors in recognizing that SAF-Holland Original Parts goes beyond simply providing Holland fifth wheel components,” said Juan Hernandez, International Marketing and Sourcing Manager, Aftermarket at SAF-Holland. “It provides the full support their fleet customers need by offering a bumper-to-bumper line of service parts for SAF, Holland and Neway products.”

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