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Customer Name. Meeting Purpose Meeting Location Date. About Motion Industries …. $3.4. ‘07. $3.1. ‘06. $2.8. $10.8 Billion. ‘05. $2.5. NYSE: GPC. ‘04. $2.2. Excellence in Distribution. $1.8 Billion. ‘03. 16%. 49%. $5.3 Billion. 4%. $436 Million. 31%. $3.4 Billion.

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    1. Customer Name Meeting Purpose Meeting Location Date

    2. About Motion Industries …

    3. $3.4 ‘07 $3.1 ‘06 $2.8 $10.8 Billion ‘05 $2.5 NYSE: GPC ‘04 $2.2 Excellence in Distribution $1.8 Billion ‘03 16% 49% $5.3 Billion 4% $436 Million 31% $3.4 Billion Genuine Parts Company

    4. OUR INDUSTRY Motion Industries supplies MRO parts, support services and related supplies to many of North America’s most successful manufacturing companies. Our industry continues to change and is being reshaped by a number of forces, for example: • Consolidation of suppliers and customers • Technological advances • Economic cycles • Pressure on costs and pricing Motion Industries will continue to adapt and diversify to take advantage of these changes. OUR MISSION As an organization we restate our absolute commitment: “To meet or exceed our customers’ needs in a timely manner by providing quality products and continuously improving our internal operations and the services we provide.” OUR OBJECTIVES With our people, Motion will achieve: • Sales Growth • Profit Attainment • Operational Excellence OUR GOAL: $4 Billion in Sales by 2010

    5. Fabricated Metals Equipment & Machinery Rubber & Plastics Other Industries $141,707,442 $86,423,064 $1,460,015,925 $513,705,115 Pulp & Paper $202,518,621 Lumber & Wood $87,881,627 Chemicals & Allied Products $113,587,766 Transportation Equipment Coal, Aggregate & Cement $148,714,770 Other Industries Served $127,938,708 Food $276,843,891 Primary Metals $197,326,212 Broad Industry Coverage Alaska Puerto Rico

    6. Strategically Located to Serve Every Industry $650 Million Inventory $300M Branches - $350M DCs Alaska 10 Distribution Centers 35 Service Centers 515 Locations • DC ACTIVITIES • 25% Auto Replenishment • 75% Rush Orders Demand • 320,000 lbs. Shipped Per Day • 6,000 Small Express Packages Per Day $10,128,151 in DAILY PURCHASES $3,463,886 Central Purchasing Daily $6,664,265 Branch Purchasing Daily Puerto Rico

    7. Customer Service Sales Representative Management Warehouse Product Specialist Purchasing Accounting Delivery Branch Operations Alaska Over 500 Locations Serving Over 150,000 Customers Puerto Rico

    8. CENTRAL – CE00 MARK SHEEHAN, GVP CE06 - Tony Cefalu CE07 - Ken Wallace CE08 - Joe Steinkamp EAST – ET00 JEFF ROUSE, GVP ET04 - Phil Donnelly ET05 - Randy Till ET07 - Randy Shepherd MIDWEST – MW00 TIM BREEN, GVP MW02 - Jim Randazzo MW03 - Mike Gillaspie CANADA – CN00 MARK SHEEHAN, GVP President, Motion Canada CD21 - Marek Nesvadba CD22 - Yves Simard CD25 - Ward Westgate Alaska CD25 WEST – WE00 KEVIN STORER, GVP WE02 - Jim Clark WE03 - Rulon Ramsey WE04 - James Howe CD21 CD22 Alaska CE07 ET04 MW02 WE03 CE06 CE08 WE02 ET07 SOUTHEAST – SE00 DAVID JAMES, GVP SE01 - Guy Hendrix SE02 - Kendall Lambert SE03 - Joe Limbaugh MW03 ET05 SW01 WE04 SE01 SW03 SE03 SE02 SW02 SW04 SOUTHWEST – SW00 JOHN WALTERS, GVP SW01 - Hudson Goyen SW02 - Richard Burmester SW03 - Doug Freeze SW04 - Tom Bragg Plus 36 Sales Managers located throughout North America Puerto Rico Sales & Service Organization Execution & Implementation

    9. Industrial Products Mechanical Hydraulics Bearings Seals & Accessories • Electrical & Automation Pneumatics Material Handling Process Pumps & Equipment Industrial Hose Hydraulic Hose Linear Motion Broad Coverage . . . One Source Comprehensive Product Offering 12 Major Product Categories

    10. Seals & Accessories Other Products Industrial Hose Hydraulic Hose Linear Pneumatics $100,216,343 $137,342,529 $75,160,422 $100,010,981 $129,992,323 $150,529,572 Broad Coverage . . . One Source Product Segment Business $3.4 Billion • Electrical & • Automation Material Handling Industrial Products Mechanical Hydraulics Bearings $398,251,397 $269,886,736 $744,167,917 $733,036,968 $248,675,369 $269,392,586

    11. Product Support Leading Technical & Application Expertise Field Product Specialists Technical Product Support Group Product Managers • Electrical • Automation • Fluid Power • Linear • Hose • Process Pumps & Equipment • Industrial Products • Bearings • Mechanical Power Transmission • & Seals/Accessories • Electrical & Automation • Pneumatics & Instrumentation • Hydraulics & Hose • Material Handling • Process Pumps & Equipment  • Industrial Products • Product Specialists • Power Unit Systems • Quotation Specialists • Electrical/Automation • Applications Engineer • Product Selection & Sourcing • Product Application & • Troubleshooting • Product Substitution & Interchange • Design & Quotation • Product Identification & • Part Number Clarification • Provide Field Technical Support in • Product Application • Training Support • Product Specifications & Quotes • Product Need & Sourcing Resource • Identify Product Opportunities • Support Sales Organization • Supplier Contact

    12. Authorized Distributor for the Very Best Brands You Know & Trust • Over 3.3 Million Parts Database • Local Branch Sourcing Flexibility • - 34,000 Sources - 2007 • $650 Million Inventory Assets • Global Supplier Base • System to System Connectivity

    13. Pipe & Valve Fittings Industrial & Commercial Building Components Fastener and Assembly Components Industrial Supply Products Industrial, Medical, Safety & Specialty Gases/Equipment Bearings, Power Transmission, Fluid Power Pipe & Valve Fittings, HVAC Safety Products 1. Wolseley 2. HD Supply 3. Würth Industry 4. W.W. Grainger 5. Airgas Inc. 6. Motion Industries 7. WinWholesale 8. Wilson Industries Industrial Marketplace Distribution Leading MRO Suppliers Industrial Distribution Magazine, June 2007

    14. Competitive Review Motion Industries Sales $3.4B AIT $2.0 Kaman $0.7 * $0.03 Locations Motion Industries 515 AIT 445 Kaman 200 * 10 Motion Industries Inventory $650M AIT $200 Kaman $196 * $4 Motion Industries People 5,818 AIT 4,635 Kaman 1,625 * 71 *Typical Distributor - 2007 PT Distributor Performance Report: PTDA

    15. Industrial MRO Procurement Processes Acquisition Management Processes Application/Utilization Management Processes Inventory/Logistics Management Processes • Inventory management • Logistics • In-plant logistics • Floor space planning • Usage reporting • MSDS & Hazmat management • Product application management • Standardization/ optimization • Scrap reduction • Downtime reduction • Benchmarking • Environmental safety • Transaction management • - Technology - Process flow - Catalog content - Invoice management - Accounts payable - Implementation • Sourcing management • - Spend management • - Sourcing management • - Category management

    16. 50% Unplanned Items Customer MRO Demand Line Item Demand 100% > 5 High Turn Items 90% <5 Turns Annually 65% Critical Spares & “Spot” Buys <1 Turn Annually MI Consolidates Demand Planned & Unplanned Motion Annual Demand Fulfillment 55 Million Transactions

    17. Value Proposition Creating Competitive Advantage . . . Through Supply Chain Efficiency MRO ITEM DEMAND SOLUTION CAPABILITIES ADVANTAGE >5 High Turn Items Parts Fulfillment Operational Reliability Lean Transaction Process Logistics Efficiency Lower Inventory PEOPLE Industry Knowledge <5 Turns Annually PRODUCTS Best Brands Critical Spares & “Spot” Buys <1 Turn Annually 150,000 Customers Access 3.3 Million Parts $650 Million Inventories 515 Locations PROCESS Systems Capability

    18. Alaska Branch Puerto Rico Logistical Strength 10 Distribution Centers Strategically Located for Next Day Delivery Customer Needs Part Item In Stock AverageBranch Serves~400 Customers After-Hours Call Centers Average Distribution Center Serves~50 Branches Instant Access & Visibility $2 Billion

    19. Completely Automated Supply Chain Real Time Visibility to Major Suppliers Inventory Capability to Connect Directly to Customer Systems Support for all Electronic Platforms - EDI, XML, punch-out Dedicated E-Business Resources Web Access to View Product Information, Drawings, Order Status, Shipment and Account Status Manufacturer Alaska Branch Customer Puerto Rico Systems Capability Leader Process Efficiency - Business Effective DC System Processed via WebEDI XMLPhone FaxEmail Electronic Capabilities RFQ to Payment

    20. Transmission Methods Customer ERP & CMMS EDI AS2 XML xCBL cXML SOAP PunchOut /RoundTrip OCI SAP JD Edwards Oracle PeopleSoft Indus Passport TabWare Maximo MP2 / 7i Proprietary Other 3rd Party Marketplaces Ariba Infor Datastream Quadrem cc-hubwoo Perfect Commerce Ketera ePlus Osiris Xign Company Operating System • We provide extensive support for a comprehensive electronic process: RFQ PO Acknowledgement Status Ship Notice Invoice Remittance • Over 20 ERP Systems are used by our Top 200 Customers • We have completed over 200 integrations with our customers’ ERP systems & 3rd Party Providers • We transact business with over 2,500 EDI Customer Trading Partners Customer Integration Experience

    21. 326 Service Technicians 35 Company Owned Service Centers - Hydraulic & Pneumatic Repair - Power Unit Fabrication - Gear Box Repair - Process Pump Fabrication & Repair - Hose & Belt Fabrication - Electrical Drive Systems & Repair - Product Modification Services • Customer & Associate Training • Web & Classroom Formats Technical Support Service Centers Cost Savings Services • Nine Product Managers • 1400 Account Representatives • 200 Product & Industry Specialists • Industry Support Specialists • - Food & Beverage • - Steel • - Forest Products • - Automotive • - Mining & Aggregate • - Oilfield & Gas

    22. Asset Repair Management • Warranty Tracking • Stores Replenishment Automation • Bar Code Efficiencies • Storeroom & Crib Surveys for • Part Identification • Parts Management / Planning Cost Savings Services • Cost Savings Tracking • Procurement Services • Strategic Sourcing • On-Site Inventory Management • Storeroom Design & Restructure • Data Profiling & Structure • Custom Storeroom Services • Procurement Outsourcing • Customer Specific Local “Committed Inventory” • Storeroom & Crib Surveys for Part Identification • Parts Management / Planning • Surplus & Duplication Reduction • Standardization of Brands • OEM Part Conversions • Shared Spares • Repair & Warranty Tracking

    23. Operational Excellence The Program… The Reasons… Operational Excellence was established in 2003 as part of our strategic plan to grow our business and Deliver the Difference to our customers and suppliers. • Continuously Challenge Our Business Processes • Find Opportunities to Make Our Company Better • Deliver the Difference to Our Customers and Suppliers

    24. Operational Excellence The Approach… Cross Functional Over 500 team members to date Supply Chain Benefit Over 80 external companies actively participate Phased Approach Over 800 opportunities and 75 New Business Models Measured Results for all projects Lifecycle Approach to realize full benefits

    25. MiSupplierConnect Transactions Cycle Time Improvement Operational Excellence The Results… Supply Chain Comprehensive Supply Chain Integration from customer to supplier MiSupplierConnect capabilities provide immediate access to over $2 billion finished goods inventory Cycle time improved by 50% through our One Touch Fulfillment program Efficiency Over 30% Productivity improvement through refined processes Electronic transactions increased 40% since inception of program Unnecessary Paperwork reduced by 66% Effectiveness Strategic Relationship Management results in targeted customer improvements Relationship Report Card supports continuous customer service improvement Supplier Partnership Program results in Supply Chain Improvements MiSupplier Connect Averages 50% cycle time reduction

    26. Summary Financial Stability Strategically Managed Growth Broad Industry & Product Coverage Supply Chain Efficiency Systems Capability Leader Cost Savings Solutions Extensive Service Offerings Operational Excellence

    27. THANK YOU

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