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Supplier sells cars over the Internet

Bochum, Germany. The German components and accessories supplier D&W is now selling new cars on the Web.

D&W sells cars from more than 20 brands at price reductions of up to 30 percent compared with manufacturers' recommended prices.

D&W's partner is ATG GmbH, a subsidiary of Juetten & Koolen, a re-importer from Heinsberg. ATG supplies the cars and pays D&W a commission on every sale.

D&W's home page gets an average 23,000 views daily, of which 3,500 go to the new-cars pages.

ATG hopes to take advantage of D&W's good reputation in the spare-parts market.



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