Andrew Page announces £3 million investment in CAF

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CAF branches benefit from refurbishment
CAF branches benefit from refurbishment

Andrew Page has announced a £3 million investment in its latest acquisition, Camberley Auto Factors.

Since taking over the factor chain in July, Andrew Page has announced a number of changes geared at improving customer service and stock availability.

Plan for the investment centre around refurbishment, with CAF benefiting from new systems and processes. Branches within the chain will be upgraded with new racking systems and similar investments in IT systems and equipment hope to improve efficiency and enhance customer service.

Andrew Page Managing Director Mark Roberts said: “The investment confirms yet again our desire to become one of the UK’s leading parts distributors. The investment is proof of the commitment to customers that Andrew Page will deliver quality replacement parts together with an enhanced added value service”.

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