Melling serves the global transportation original equipment and aftermarket segments and is noted for its world-class engineering, product development, and distribution capabilities. Melling operates 7 facilities, 5 in North America, 1 in Mexico, and 1 in Europe.
COUNTERFEIT WARNING – –
The rapid growth of e-commerce has created opportunity for domestic and international sellers to offer counterfeit products in the market. We have found counterfeit Melling products on multiple online marketplaces. These sellers have become very creative in closely duplicating our box design and including our registered trademark and identification marks on the casting. Sadly, consumers purchase believing it is an authentic quality Melling manufactured part but receive an inferior, non-genuine product. We are monitoring these online platforms and will be taking legal action.
Take steps to protect yourself from counterfeit product:
Watch pricing: Counterfeit sellers will offer low pricing and bulk quantities.
Trust your instincts: Beware of a purchase that is “too good to be true.”
Use only Melling authorized distributors. Don’t purchase through sellers you do not recognize.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING THE AUTHENTICITY OF A MELLING PRODUCT OR REQUIRE INFORMATION ON AN AUTHORIZED MELLING DISTRIBUTOR, CONTACT US AT (517) 787-8172 OR [email protected]
Melling acquires Qualcast
Melling Engine Parts is proud to announce the acquisition of QualCast, a manufacturer and supplier of valvetrain automotive parts based in Nashville, TN. Qualcast offers all facets of valvetrain applications including heavy duty, industrial, light and medium duty, marine and performance. “QualCast will strengthen Melling’s valvetrain business and allow us to expand into market segments we do not have a strong foothold on,” commented CEO Mark Melling. “We are thrilled and excited about the opportunities to expand with QualCast and increase our valvetrain range.” Melling and QualCast will continue independently, operating separately, but with the same goal of serving the automotive industry with exceptional product offerings.
“I have been with QualCast since its inception in 1997, we want to ensure our customers that we will continue to serve the industry with the same level of excellent quality products, customer service, and attention we have had since we started,” stated Adrian Long, General Manager of QualCast. “We appreciate the Melling team and are excited to move forward together.”
Ian Levitt, QualCast President/Owner says, “I am delighted that Melling is the new owner of QualCast. This is an extremely good fit, to enable QualCast to continue to grow and the synergies create even greater efficiency for both companies. Under the stewardship of Adrian Long, our customer base can be assured of continuing excellent customer service, comprehensive offering and a competitive position in the marketplace. Thank you to Mark Melling for his continued commitment to the automotive industry, and for making this acquisition a reality.”
Melling is a leading manufacturer of oil pumps and other power train components serving the global original equipment and aftermarket automotive industries.
Melling is a leading manufacturer of aftermarket oil pumps and related products servicing engine rebuilders, WD’s, jobbers, and auto parts retailers. Our aftermarket division is noted for excellent catalog accuracy, new products, & International distribution.
High Performance Parts
Melling has been manufacturing and providing cutting edge, high performance engine parts for over 70 years. You can trust your high performing race car or street machine to our quality parts.
This is the core of what Melling does best. Our team specializes in working with car and engine manufacturers and to design the right parts for the job. We also have 11 manufacturing facilities in North America to manage and provide the manufacturing and quality control.
Melling Learning Center
Videos and educational information on new Melling products and installation tips and tricks.
- How to prime engine and oil pumps
- Melling pump oil pump screen process