BBC Superfactors celebrates reaching two major milestones

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bbcBBC Superfactors are celebrating its 30th anniversary by employing its 100th employee.

The Lancashire based factor, a member of The Parts Alliance, has developed from selling brake pads and shoes to dealing in car parts and accessories.

BBC started out life as Balckburn Brakes Ltd in 1984, before changing its name to Blackburn Brakes and Components.

As it expanded into other towns in the local area the company decided to use the abbreviation of the name, which has stayed the same ever since.

Gary Shulman, Managing Director of BBC Superfactors, said: “We are proud to celebrate our 30 years anniversary and have also achieved another milestone by reaching 100 employees.

“We will continue to expand and grow. We still deal with some of the garages that bought from us 30 years ago. We have built the business on great customer services areas where we trade. We are good at what we do and have built up a strong customer base.”

BBC remains even today a family run business with 12 members of Shulman’s extended family working in the business, with six branches spanning the Blackburn area, including in Clitheroe, Accrington and Burnley.

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