Competition Clutch builds dedicated UK centre

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Competition Clutch's products are enjoying UK success
Competition Clutch's products are enjoying UK success

American transmission brand Competition Clutch has taken its first steps into the UK market by setting up a dedicated UK sales and logistics centre.

The company, which has partnered with Universal Automotive, is hoping its customers in the UK can enjoy the same level of stock holding and service as its US clients.

The 40,000 square foot Universal Automotive facility in Kidderminster will handle all popular Competition Clutch lines, available for immediate delivery.

The Competition Clutch brand is already enjoying success in the UK, with its products becoming the brand of choice for drag racers and drifters, as well as being specified as a control parts in the Buddy Club Civic Cup.

Dan McCarny, Sales Manager for Competition Clutch said: “We are delighted to be able to offer our UK customers a dedicated call centre and customer service team, as well as the fact that by working with Universal, we can increase our inventory of parts and improve our speed of delivery. This is a great partnership for us that will allow us to build on the success and hard work of our existing UK dealer network.”

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