DRiV Incorporated is the name of the future publicly traded Aftermarket and Ride Performance company that will launch in the second half of this year, following Tenneco Inc.’s separation into two independent companies, Tenneco announced today.
Tenneco has enhanced the Walker Emissions Control website with an improved eCatalog lookup tool designed to simplify and streamline parts searches for automotive service professionals in states that require the use of California Air Resources Board (CARB) certified catalytic converters.
The latest line expansion, which includes coverage of a wide variety of late-model domestic and import passenger vehicles, offers automotive service businesses more than 27.2 million possible service opportunities.
From June 1-30, 2018, the company is giving its service shop partners another reason: multiple opportunities to win Monroe-branded merchandise by participating in the “Show Your Monroe” social media sweepstakes.
Tenneco has launched an extensive print and digital advertising campaign highlighting several important quality, performance and value benefits often missing from ride control products that don’t carry the trusted Monroe brand.
Tenneco has announced the expansion of its Monroe Shocks and Struts product line with the introduction of 27 new part numbers, including 21 new premium Monroe Quick-Strut strut assemblies, three new Monroe OESpectrum shocks and struts and three new Gas-Magnum light truck shocks.
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