GT Exhausts takes digital strides

UK manufacturer of exhausts and emission systems GT Exhausts has embraced electronic trading.

It has adopted PACT, which will enable the company to streamline its ordering processes and

enhance its engagement and relationship with the aftermarket supply chain.

PACT automates procedures from a distributor’s business management system to a PACT-enabled supplier, such as GT Exhausts, in an efficient manner, dealing with processes such as stock enquiries, ordering and the exchange of order acknowledgements, dispatch notes and invoices.

Tracey Hunter, GT Exhausts director, said: “Demand is high at present, and with the MOT season looming, we expect this demand to continue to increase. It is therefore important that we embrace forward-thinking initiatives, such as electronic trading from PACT, to be able to connect more efficiently with customers.”

Mark Rudge of PACT, added: “GT Exhausts has established itself as a key player in the industry and one that has continuously developed its processes and offering to ensure customers always receive the highest level of quality and service. The automotive aftermarket is always adapting and moving forward, and we’re seeing more companies embracing innovative technologies to futureproof their businesses.”

GT Exhausts holds over 49,000 parts in stock at any one time, covering more than 30,500 different applications.