Holden Revamps Trade Club, Launches GM Trade Parts

Holden Launches GM Trade Parts

Holden has announced the launch of GM Trade Parts, describing it as an automotive trade-only programme that brings competitively priced Holden Genuine Parts, ACDelco and recent Chevrolet Genuine Service Parts to the trade through the Holden dealer network across Australia and New Zealand.

GM Trade Parts will take over from the long-running Holden Trade Club programme. The rebranding brings with it a suite of new products and benefits for the scheme’s existing 28,000 members.

“With over 1.6 million Holdens still on the road, there’s huge demand for Holden Genuine Parts in automotive workshops today,” said Paul Rietveld, Director Aftersales at Holden.

“Holden has made a commitment to its customers to continue supplying Holden parts for at least the next decade, and the launch of GM Trade Parts reinforces this assurance to the automotive repair trade in both Australia and New Zealand.”

The company said ACDelco also continues to expand its product range for most makes and models.

Stakeholders in the automotive industry are free to join GM Trade Parts. For more information, visit www.gmtradeparts.com.au or speak with your local Holden parts department.