Auctioning old parts in aid of BEN

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The National Clearence Centre has launched a scheme collecting and selling old or obsolete parts, with some of the profits being donated to the automotive industry charity, BEN.

The NCC, part of the Foray Motor Group says it will be working with dealers and other suppliers to collect and sell as many obsolete parts as possible.

The centre says it will be happy to arrange collection of parts from anywhere in the UK.

Foray’s parts director Howard Jenkins said: “These are parts which have sat on the shelf, gathering dust and taking up space and which in most cases have long since been written off.

“This is an ideal opportunity for dealers to clear space in an environmentally responsible way and support their industry’s charity – and of course while we are a Ford dealer group this scheme’s not just about Ford parts so we’re inviting businesses from all franchises to get involved.”

Dealers and other parts suppliers who would like to support this initiative and BEN should contact Gareth Taylor, National Clearance Centre manager on 07867 520268 or by emailing garetht@fmg-uk.com .

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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