FEBI is a trademark of the German company Bilstein Group, derived from the short name of the company named after the founder FERDINAND BILSTEIN JR. The company began its history in 1818, at the beginning of history it was engaged in the sale of spring pins. At the moment, it is the largest manufacturer of spare parts, supplying its products to 140 countries of the world. Products are parts of engines, suspension, steering, brake systems. Filters and drive parts are supplied. Products are used on Mercedes-Benz, DAF assembly lines.
FEBI provides customers with a wide range of spare parts, including electrical equipment, transmission parts, ignition and cooling filters, fasteners. Products are of average quality, but at the same time a good combination of "price and quality".
In 2000, SWAG Autoteile Gmbh was acquired. In 2011, the British manufacturer ADL acquired the Blue Print brand, which in 2012 became part of the Bilstein Group. Now the group has three brands highly valued in the market FEBI, Blue Print, SWAG, and one of them is British. Blue Print has the highest quality thanks to the constant attention to product quality, this brand focuses on parts for Asian and American cars, primarily Japanese, Korean, Chinese and US models.