With the shift towards low emission zones and the EU’s demand for CO2 neutrality by 2035, the automotive industry is rapidly moving towards electric vehicles. Therefore, Sidem has developed an extensive range of specialized parts for Battery Electrical Vehicles (BEVs).
Catalogue app helps car mechanics navigate between more than 8,000 parts
- Launch of new Sidem app with aftermarket catalogue
- Mechanics will quickly and easily find the right steering and suspension parts
- App available from today for Android and iOS devices
Sidem, the European manufacturer of steering and suspension parts, presents its new app containing its aftermarket catalogue. Thanks to this app, car mechanics can quickly find all the information they need about specific steering or suspension parts. The app can be downloaded from today for Android and iOS devices.
“Sidem has the largest range of steering and suspension parts in Europe for the replacement market”, says Delphine Dewildeman, marketing manager at Sidem. “For car mechanics, it is important to quickly find their way in such a range. “Time is money” also applies in this sector. That is why we have developed an app with all the information about the more than 8,000 references from our aftermarket catalogue of steering and suspension parts. The app was conceived specifically for mobile devices because a mechanic at work usually does not have access to his computer but does have his smartphone nearby. Thanks to the app, mechanics can find their information quickly and easily and our range stays close to our end customers”.
Navigation within the Sidem Catalogue app is possible in different ways: via car brand or type, product name, Sidem code or OE reference. Delphine Dewildeman: “The app is very intuitively structured. Its design adopts the same structure as our online catalogue in order to make mechanics immediately feel comfortable with it. Moreover, it is available in different languages: Dutch, French, English, German, Italian, Polish, Romanian and Russian. And thanks to the continuous updates, mechanics always have the most up-to-date information.”
Experts know why is the baseline of Sidem. Thanks to the new app, this can become as well Experts know where.
Because ball joints in BEVs are subject to extra torque, they are designed and built to handle this additional impact.
Since electrical cars produce less noise and vibration compared to cars with internal combustion engines, the suspension system in a BEV is designed with a greater focus on minimizing road noise and vibrations transmitted to the cabin.