Synetiq support vital in parts supply crisis
- Posted by: Alan Feldberg
- Category: News
Leading integrated vehicle salvage, dismantlers and recyclers Synetiq is continuing its support for bodyshops by reducing vehicle off-road time.
While parts supply continues to be a challenge, its mygreenparts platform is proving to be an invaluable tool for customers who are searching for readily available green parts.
Allowing repairers to use their existing software system to generate an estimate for a vehicle repair, mygreenparts automatically notifies Synetiq’s stock control system of the parts required. This enables Synetiq to offer all matching items from its inventory of over 340,000 green parts and provide repairers with an instant estimate.
Chris Weeks, executive director at the NBRA said: “We are delighted to see Synetiq providing support to bodyshops, which are already facing financial pressure from electricity bills and the cost-of-living-crisis. In these critical times, it is encouraging to see a platform like mygreenparts able to supply the best quality to repairers at the best price and with the least impact on the environment.”
Significantly cheaper and more environmentally friendly, green parts contain less embedded carbon and cost up to 75% less than their newly manufactured equivalent.
Guaranteeing that quality standards are maintained, Synetiq dismantles category B vehicles and ensures they are processed responsibly, with component inspection and full traceability. Parts have been graded, cleaned, safety checked and come with a declaration certificate of parts conformity, BS 10125.
Mygreenparts also enables repairers, insurers, and fleets to measure and report the emissions and carbon savings they achieve through this climate-conscious approach. Captured data can be used to identify trends and enhance fulfilment rates.