Friday, September 21

Further Expansion of BRECK Range

LUMAG – the leading global OE manufacturer and aftermarket supplier of brake friction products – has further expanded its popular BRECK range for passenger vehicles.

This latest extension covers in excess of 204 vehicle applications with just eight part numbers. Vehicles covered by the latest expansion include Ford Galaxy, S-Max and Edge models, the Mini Countryman and Paceman, Mazda CX3 and CX5, Peugeot 308, 308SW, 3008, and Citroen C4 Picasso and Grand Picasso models.

These latest additions have further expanded LUMAG’s current catalogue, which now includes 460 part references.

Colin Smit, Managing Director at Lumag said: “We are committed to bringing to market the most comprehensive brake pad offering, with this latest expansion representative of our long-term plans. Covering a number of popular vehicles, this latest expansion provides both our factor customers and garages an additional profit opportunity, without compromising on quality, performance or safety.”

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About BRECK

The BRECK brand was established 14 years ago as part of Lumag’s aftermarket portfolio, which features cutting-edge technology and highest-quality materials which are synonymous with the Lumag name. Designed with LU 700 friction materials and manufactured at Lumag’s modern production facility in Poland, BRECK brake pads feature low wear and ensure high braking efficiency, today supplying as many as 10,000 garages across the UK and Europe.

Find out more

For further details on Lumag’s range available to the aftermarket, please call 0121 520 1160 or email [email protected].  Alternatively, visit www.lumagltd.co.uk to find the latest products, as well as the latest BRECK e-catalogue.

About Author

Brian Hagman is President of Hagman Search Group and Founder/Publisher of The BRAKE Report, an online media platform dedicated to the automotive and commercial vehicle brake segments. Brian’s mission is to inform, engage and connect the most avid members of the brake community.