One for all

Filters from Comline

Published:  08 March, 2016

When it comes to supplying filters, it makes sense to have an 'all makes' philosophy, enabling the garage to choose one supplier for any vehicle that enters their workshop. This philosophy is followed by Comline, who have announced the addition of 40 new filter numbers, covering 110 different European, Japanese and Korean applications.

In total, the Comline range boasts over 1,700 numbers, grown during the company's near quarter of a century involvement in the market, allowing it to extend its activities in the UK and to over 40 countries worldwide.

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