Comline Auto Parts is one of Europe's leading automotive aftermarket parts brands, exclusively supplying motor factor and distributor trade partners with an extensive range of own-brand products.

The origins of the Comline brand can be traced all the way back to March 1988 when "Comline Trade Limited" was first registered as a UK business by founder and current Comline Chairman, Divyesh M. Kamdar. He recalls:

"The name 'Comline' was derived from the term 'Commercial Lines' as the original intention was for the business to be a general wholesale, import, export business."

In recent years the upward trajectory of the Comline brand and its ongoing expansion into overseas markets has led to a series of accolades and awards.

Most notable among these was The Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2016. This award, issued by HRH Queen Elizabeth II, is the UK's highest business accolade and was presented to Comline in recognition of outstanding success in export markets.

The partnership marks a significant milestone in the history of the Corby-based team and will see it rebranded as Comline Richardson Racing as it embarks on its third year in Britain’s fastest one-make race series.

Comline’s distinctive branding will feature extensively across all elements of the team’s Carrera Cup GB programme, including on the two new 'Type 992' 911 GT3 Cup cars that will be driven this season by race winner Will Martin and series newcomer Jack Bartholomew.