Autotech Tales Newsletter

Exploring the Path to Long-lasting Car Performance


When it comes to choosing parts for our vehicles, we often face a crucial decision: OEM or aftermarket? If you're a car enthusiast seeking the best components for your vehicle, it's important to understand the distinction between these options and weigh their advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we will dive into the world of OEM and aftermarket parts, comparing their features, benefits, and risks. By gaining insights into these choices, you can make an informed decision regarding your car's maintenance and performance.


How Global Updates Benefit this Industry in Egypt


Automotive aftermarket and feeding industries represent the secondary market supporting the vehicle production sector. After selling the vehicle by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to the consumer, this huge market involves producing, remanufacturing, distributing, selling, and installing all automotive parts, chemicals, equipment, and accessories. At the international level, the Certified Automotive Parts Association (CAPA) develops aftermarket part specifications due to its strict high standards and quality testing, especially in terms of safety.