Borg & Beck filters

Published:  05 February, 2018

Under its Borg & Beck brand, First Line Ltd offers a range of more than 950 oil, air, fuel and cabin filters for automotive and LCV applications, which provide independent workshops with a premium quality solution for the vast majority of popular vehicles.

Borg & Beck Filters all meet the quality specification set by the original equipment item in accordance with the EU motor vehicle Block Exemption Regulation (BER) 461/2010.


www.borgandbeck.com

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