Great Bestcam’s Fender Liners First to Earn NSF Certification
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – NSF International, a global organization with more than 70 years of independent certification expertise, including products in the automotive supply chain, has certified Great Bestcam’s (GBC) fender liners under the NSF Automotive Parts Certification Program. Great Bestcam’s GBC fender liners have met the stringent quality and performance standards through rigorous facility audits and parts testing and can use the NSF mark on the liners.
To earn certification, GBC fender liners were independently reviewed and tested by NSF International engineers to certify equivalency in form, fit and function with the original equipment (OE) service parts. Additionally, GBC’s manufacturing facilities and processes will be audited four times a year to confirm they continue to meet NSF and ISO 9001 quality certification requirements and they will receive on-going in-market testing to certify their continued compliance.
Consumers and collision repair shops benefit from a competitive marketplace with affordable options for more certified high quality parts that come with a limited lifetime warranty. Also, using cost-effective alternative parts can reduce the number of vehicles that are totaled based on part repair cost. Collision repair shops benefit because NSF certified parts are fit tested in vehicles to ensure they fit the first time, reducing time spent on repairs.
NSF certified GBC fender liner
“NSF International’s certification of fender liners produced by Great Bestcam demonstrates Great Bestcam’s commitment to providing quality repair parts to body repair shops, distributors and insurers and increases the availability of NSF certified fender liners in the market,” said Bob Frayer, Global Managing Director of NSF International’s Automotive Certification Programs.
For meeting all certification requirements, GBC’s certified fender liners are authorized to display the NSF Mark and are listed on NSF’s certification listings webpage.
In addition to fender liners, the NSF Automotive Parts Certification Program certifies additional plastic components, bumper fascias, sheet metal components, steel bumpers, step bumpers, brackets, reinforcement bars (rebars), lighting and absorbers.
Manufacturers or distributors of automotive parts seeking information about NSF’s Automotive Certification Programs can visit nsfautomotive.com or contact Bob Frayer at 734-827-6825 or email@example.com.
About Great Bestcam
Found in 1996 by Mr. Jason Ho, GBC started as a domestic distributor of auto parts. In 2007, GBC began to build parts in Yilan plant where GBC excelled in plastic material PP, ABS, PE, PU, PET and composite material manufacturing in house. GBC’s product lines now covers the auto instrument panel, dash board, air intake duct, inner door panel, truck grille, bumper and fender liner. GBC’s fender liners stand out for material use and fit, which protects the car under the front fender throughout winter and severe road situation and as a result of the precise mounting holes and the component attached; it saves a great deal of time for repairs. GBC appreciates the opportunity to serve market by the certified parts built with passion and enthusiasm.
About NSF International
Founded in 1944, NSF International is an independent global organization that writes standards, and tests and certifies products for the food, water, health sciences and consumer goods industries to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment (nsf.org). In addition to NSF’s Automotive Aftermarket Parts Program, NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF-ISR) offers a comprehensive portfolio of management systems registration solutions to meet the demands of the global marketplace (nsf-isr.org). NSF-ISR is the largest automotive registrar in North America and is recognized by the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) to provide ISO/TS 16949 registrations in the automotive sector. NSF-ISR also provides registrations for the following programs: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, AS 9100/10/20, ISO 13485, ISO 20000-1, Responsible Care (RC) 14001 and Responsible Care Management Systems (RCMS).