Shelf appeal

Brakes from Juratek

Published:  20 August, 2014

The range of brake pads and discs for light commercial vehicles and passenger cars continues to be developed by Juratek, which reveals a new look this month. A new logo features on black and grey packaging in an attempt to give the product more 'shelf appeal'. The range of brake pads are certified to ECE regulation 90 and tested to AK Master standards - a test programme that original equipment manufacturers use to assess the performance of braking product to the extreme, over and above the ECE R90 test parameters. The latest references to hit the shelf, sporting the new packaging, are front and rear pads and discs for the brand new Ford Custom.

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