SKF Group’s Lincoln Wins Top Honors at AAPEX with Mityvac MV6853 Fuel/Fluid Extractor Kit


LANSDALE, PA — Lincoln, a leading brand under the SKF Group, has clinched top honors for its Mityvac MVA6853 fuel/fluid extractor and priming kit at this year’s Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Mityvac MV6853 emerged victorious in the Tools and Equipment new product showcase category, which acknowledges the best new products introduced in the automotive aftermarket over the past year.

Introduced earlier this year, the Mityvac MVA6853 has now garnered recognition as an award-winning product. The kit is designed to flush and prime fuel lines, prime fuel filters, and quickly empty tanks. It can efficiently and cleanly extract, prime, or dispense diesel fuel, kerosene, or gasoline.

“We are very pleased to be recognized during APPEX for the Mityvac MV6853,” said Jeff Craig, Product Manager of Tools and Equipment at Lincoln. “It’s a compliment to our staff and employees who work hard each day to produce the best products for our customers. We are very grateful for the award and to be recognized for our efforts.”

AAPEX is an annual convention that features new-to-market products, provides hands-on training on the latest technology, and hosts focused events for industry peers to connect. As part of the convention, the awards acknowledge outstanding innovations in the automotive industry. This year, a total of 183 products and 23 packaging entries qualified to be judged. Judging was conducted via the digital copy of the Product Plus Magazine, distributed to over 23,000 registered buyers.

Among the contenders, Lincoln was one of just eight companies to secure a new product showcase award. This achievement showcases Lincoln’s commitment to innovation and underscores its position as a leader in the automotive aftermarket industry.

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