Roadlink International offers three-year warranty on AL-KO shock absorbers

Roadlink International offers three-year warranty on AL-KO shock absorbers

Roadlink International is now offering a three-year warranty on its wide range of AL-KO shock absorbers providing both trust and quality as it continues to support customers in all areas of business.

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The commercial vehicle (CV) supplier stocks a full range of AL-KO shock absorbers, with the products providing a number of benefits including: ‘Virtually unbreakable’ construction; a special sealing system to minimise the chance of oil leaks, thereby significantly extending service life; and a weight-saving and durable plastic outer cover.

AL-KO is a European leader in the manufacture of original equipment trailer shock absorbers and is specified by some of the most demanding world-class OEMs, such as Schmitz, Weweler, SAF Holland, Iveco and Renault.

AL-KO uses the same manufacturing processes and standards for the aftermarket as it does for its growing OE customer base.

Extensive support material including technical information and cataloguing is also available to customers. The range of products can also be easily accessed through the Roadlink online catalogue, allowing users to find the right part for the correct vehicle.

Keith Sedgley, Roadlink joint managing director, said: “We always want to go the extra mile to ensure customers have access to the best products at the most cost-effective prices. With AL-KO shock absorbers we are able to provide OE-quality products while the extended three-year warranty gives customers peace of mind, allowing them to rest assured that they are receiving products of proven quality.”

Roadlink’s distribution and remanufacturing processes are audited and approved to ISO9001 & ISO14001 standards and it is this investment, combined with its Investor In People status, which demonstrates the company’s quality from production to sales.


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