New websites for Dayco

Published:  07 September, 2018

Dayco has completely redesigned its websites. In terms of content, the new sites highlight Dayco’s growing product portfolio and technical innovations.

Dayco’s corporate site – www.dayco.com – highlights the company’s OE technological, design and manufacturing side.

Meanwhile, the aftermarket site – www.daycoaftermarket.com – focuses on providing technical information and support to Dayco’s customers and technicians. This is done by incorporating videos and technical bulletins, as well as a comprehensive parts catalogue. This resource features multiple search options to offer users the most convenient route to locate the correct replacement item.

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