CAF Bristol relocated and refitted by Andrew Page

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Andrew Page has finished re-fitting its Camberley Auto Factors branch in Bristol.

The company says CAF Bristol has been re-located to a larger, more convenient site which will offer customers greater product choice as well as almost twice the shelf space of the previous location.

Camberley Auto Factors will also be introducing new brands like Filtron and Turning Circle to its range alongside and extended array of Bosal exhaust systems.

Andrew Page says it will continue with its progressive branch growth and re-location stratefy, which it says will provide customers with the best possible service and the widest range of products.

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