New packaging and products for Japanparts, Ashika and Japko

Published:  15 February, 2018

New packaging has been launched for the three brands in the Japanparts Group. While maintaining the pre-existing colour schemes for Japanparts,  Ashika and Japko,  the new packaging shows off a new image. On top of the new design, packaging also features an updated layout that is intended to be easier to read. The launch  of the new packaging also coincides with by the introduction of six new product families: Gear selection cables; Clutch control cables; Windshield wiper pumps; ABS sensors; Camshaft sensors; Crankshaft sensors.


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