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GoodYear nominated silicone wiper blade supplier in Asia, We want to provide samples for you to test


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This is Eric Fan from Shenzhen Shengyuan New Materials Co; Ltd .Our company Is a Leading manufacturing factory specialized in new materials for auto parts serials such as wiper blade, windshield water repellent, anti-fogging agent, refill wiper blade stripe and car washing etc.

Our company have 128 employees and over 20 people independent researching and developing team. Our silicone wiper blade have applied many global invention patents and registered PCT certification in North America and European Union, also accept OEM/ODM as required.

 

Herein we would like to share our top quality and unique design, patented silicone with water repellent coating wiper blade. Compared with other traditional rubber wiper blade, our product has excellent advantages as follows:

 

1.    pure silicone material, non toxic and environmental friendly

2.    Nano water repellent coating high technology for wiper blade stripe inside: last 12 months at least

3.    U hook suitable for 99% vehicles for global cars

4.    Ultimate Durability: suitable for all kinds of toughest weather performance, such as Ozone, UV rays and chemicals. Our wiper blade can withstand 200 to -80 based on third party testing.

5.    After sale service: we can keep 12 months quality guarantee

6.    Boneless unique design and approved PCT certification in North American and European Union,

 

 A good news we would like to share with you. We are the only nominated Silicone Wiper Blade supplier in Asian Pacific Region and only Bosch Authorization manufacture in china.

There is a large potential market for this silicone wiper blade. We show our great sincerity to cooperate with car auto parts companies all over the world. we will make every effort to assist our cooperation.

 

Should you have any interest, catalog and pricelist will be provided upon required.

Any questions, please feel free to contact with us at anytime.

 

 

 

Best Regards,

Eric

 

Shenzhen Shengyuan Materials Co; Ltd

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Address:Room 6021, Wangcheng Building, No. 3 Longguan Road, Longhua New District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Provience China  

 

 

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