Delphi Technologies will present its product line expansions as well as showcase its pioneering OE technologies at AAPEX (Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo) in Las Vegas this year.
The company will be located at booth number 5027 at the show. Delphi will be revealing its double-digit sales coverage growth in gasoline fuel systems, chassis, and engine management. As explained by the company, with its aggressive expansion plan, Delphi intends to enhance revenue opportunities for distributors and auto service providers through popular replacement parts. At AAPEX 2019, the company will not only showcase its rebranded packaging but will also present its OE solutions for Gasoline Direct Injection (GDi) systems, including a new test bench.
“As future trends in automotive become reality, we are committed to help our customers prepare for and profit from what’s ahead. We offer our expertise in the emerging technologies we are building for the top OEMs along with our aftermarket innovations. It’s the best of both worlds: OE heritage and service solutions,” says Chad Smith, Vice President, Delphi Technologies Aftermarket North America.
The company will share its plans to increase sales coverage of its fuel handling, chassis, and engine management product lines in 2019 and 2020, at the event. Additionally, its newly rebranded packaging will be on display alongside its products. The company states that the bright blue packaging has been created with better quality materials and sports an improved label format for easier part identification.
A senior trainer from Delphi Technologies will be present at the event, offering free training classes on how GDi systems work and how to repair them. The company’s 350-bar GDi system, one of its one of its pioneering OE technologies, which is designed to provide leaner combustion and low-particulate emissions, will also be on display in the booth.
For further help in performing GDi-related repairs, a working model of the new Hartridge Excalibur GDi Master test machine will be showcased at the booth. The test machine was first launched as a prototype in 2018. As explained in a release, this is Delphi’s latest addition to its testing equipment line and Hartridge’s first testing solution for gasoline systems. This equipment has been engineered for auto service providers so that they can conduct in-depth testing on injectors in the growing GDi market.