New BERU Catalog, Highlighting Extensive Aftermarket Offerings

23 Apr 2021
  • Features OEM quality products for more than 20,000 applications
  • Digital, interactive catalog provides user-oriented information across broad portfolio
  • Available in nine languages to address customers in all markets

BorgWarner has released its new catalog, providing a comprehensive overview of the company’s broad BERU portfolio. The 2021 digital catalog introduces the wide range of BERU glow plugs, glow plug control units and ignition coils, which BorgWarner began distributing again in 2020.

“By employing BorgWarner’s BERU Aftermarket solutions, customers know they are using quality products that they can rely on,” said Michael Boe, Vice President and General Manager, Global Aftermarket, BorgWarner Emissions, Thermal and Turbo Systems. “Our latest catalog presents the broad BERU product portfolio, with a variety of technologies built to meet our customer’s requirements.”

In total, the BERU catalog will contain information on 746 parts that are suitable for 21,935 applications from 111 different manufacturers. This includes gasoline- and diesel-driven passenger cars as well as commercial vehicles from all major brands. It also incorporates offerings for the motorcycle segment.

BorgWarner’s catalog is devised to provide detailed and all-encompassing information in the best user-oriented manner. It starts with an application list, followed by technical specifications and an image section illustrating the current portfolio. Additionally, there is a large section for cross references that covers all possible recoding for both external and internal numbering systems.

Consisting of almost 700 pages, the catalog covers information in nine languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Polish, Italian, Turkish and Romanian. It is available digitally in an interactive PDF version for download on the BorgWarner website. Users will benefit from a click function that enables them to move between the content page and any specific catalog section, to facilitate searches for a particular topic.


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