BREAKING: ECP MANAGEMENT ISSUE STATEMENT ON ANDREW PAGE CLOSURES

LATEST: Regarding yesterday’s CAT story on a number of Andrew Page branches that were suddenly closed, the following written statement has been issued by a Euro Car Parts spokesman:

“We can confirm that we have closed 10 Andrew Page branches, following the completion of a recent business operational review by the Andrew Page Management team.  There are no plans to close any further Andrew Page branches. We are currently working with employees at affected branches to look for alternative options within the ECP or Andrew Page network, and working closely with customers of these affected branches.”

Andrew Page is the nation’s oldest factor brand, having celebrated its centenary in 2017. The company briefly went into administration in 2016 before being bought by Euro Car Parts in 2016. 

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One Response to “BREAKING: ECP MANAGEMENT ISSUE STATEMENT ON ANDREW PAGE CLOSURES”

  1. Get your facts right – read the CMA report, the 9 branches being sold are not connected to the closures

    Question – if you owned the business would you close the obvious loss makers

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