ECP extends deal to supply parts to Mr Clutch chain


mr-clutch-logoThe Mr Clutch chain has chosen to renew its contract with Euro Car Parts as its primary supplier until spring 2015.

The clutch, brake and transmission specialist, with more than 45 autocentres nationwide, has signed a new Primary Supplier Agreement further extending its partnership with one of the UK’s largest automotive aftermarket suppliers.

Sef Yussuf, Operations Director for Mr Clutch, said: “We were the first chain to agree a national deal with Euro Car Parts. As an overall package – the cost, infrastructure and service – no one can match them.

“We originally approached ECP about supporting us in our drive to offer all-makes fixed-pricing on braking. They set up a deal with Pagid that gives us the quality we need.”

ECP’s desire to ensure it captured the chain’s business and its reputation for delivering was important in securing this latest deal. Yussef added that this has made the group ruthlessly competitive in a tough market.

“Euro Car Parts has impressed me with their commitment to our business and we have had the same national account manager since our original agreement”, he said.

ECP’s Chairman Sukhpal Singh Ahulwalia was delighted the extension had been signed and believes that the deal will work to the benefit of both companies.

“There is no shortage of people who would like their business and we have fought off those challenges. This new deal is proof of the excellent relationship we enjoy. There are strong bonds between MR Clutch and Euro Car Parts at all levels, from local branches right up to senior management,” he added.

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