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When you need a component supplier who is an expert in the automotive industry and want a component supplier with a record of world-class service and quality, then A1 Fastener & Components is the partner for you. For more than 15 years, A1 has provided flexible, responsive solutions that reduce costs, improve business processes and help you make sure you know where your parts are and where your money is going.
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