The Tool Connection, home of Laser Tools, has announced that they have been appointed exclusive distributor of all Cataclean Global Limited products for the UK, Ireland, and European territories.

Both Cataclean and Tool Connection are very excited about the new arrangement — the joint R&D programme will bring more revenue opportunities for the aftermarket sector with new products and applications of Cataclean, the go-to “Liquid Tool”.

Tool Connection’s Managing Director Eddie Altham commented: “Although we have been assisting Cataclean with their distribution for a number of years now, we think that this new exclusive agreement is a great opportunity to support each other’s brands and will be of great benefit to both companies.”

“Cataclean is delighted with the new Tool Connection partnership,” said Cataclean Sales Director William Jones. “Tool Connection’s reach across the UK, Ireland and continental Europe promises significant growth. We are also excited about the development of new innovative products, tools and applications that will be delivered by the combined effort of the partnership’s extensive R&D functions.”

The Tool Connection is the UK’s most exciting and innovative tool company, distributing high-quality tools through their Laser Tools, Kamasa, Gunson, Power-TEC and Connect Workshop Consumables brands. The company exports to over 65 countries worldwide and also designs, develops and produces special tools at their manufacturing plant in Sheffield.

Working closely with vehicle manufacturers ensures that The Tool Connection is first to market with specialist vehicle solutions for modern motor vehicles. They also enjoy significant media exposure with their Laser Tools Racing British Touring Car Championship team which is currently leading the Independent Team Championship in the 2020 season, with driver Ashley Sutton a firm favourite for the Driver’s Championship this year.

Cataclean is recognised as being the ultimate in fuel additives. Cataclean cleans, restores and protects the entire engine, fuel and exhaust system and can reduce emissions, in some instances the difference between an MOT pass/fail. Simply pour into your fuel tank every three months (or every 3000 miles) and Cataclean will remove harmful carbon and resin deposits. The fuel additive is available for petrol, diesel and now hybrid-engined vehicles.

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