ECP moves into Bromsgrove

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ECP's new site includes a 20,000 sq foot warehouse
ECP's new site includes a 20,000 sq foot warehouse

One of the UK’s largest car parts retailers, Euro Car Parts has today opened a new branch in Bromsgrove.

The company says that as well as offering motorists and garages in the area with a new choice; it also hopes to provide a boost to the local economy.

The new site, located at the Buntsford Business Park in Bromsgrove has employed 23 people to staff its 20,000 sq foot warehouse. A fleet of 7 delivery vans will ferry parts to garages in the local area.

The branch will become part of the ECP chain which already has branches in the East and West Midlands, as well as its 400,000 sq foot National Distribution Centre in Tamworth.

Tony Ward, the new branch’s manager said: “We have put together a first class team, all of whom have local knowledge and experience in the motor trade, this is a great opportunity for the local independent garages to have access to a tremendous product range, world leading brands, at competitive prices coupled with excellent customer service.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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

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