ECP opens new branch in Doncaster

The company is on target to reach 100 branches by the end of the year
The company is on target to reach 100 branches by the end of the year

Garages in Yorkshire and the surrounding areas will benefit from ECP’s latest warehouse: a 25,000 sq foot superstore site in Doncaster.

The new warehouse will not only supply the immediate area but will also support smaller branches in York and Huddersfield due to open this month.

The new space is part of ECP’s relentless expansion program, which this year has already seen the company open several new branches around the country. The new warehouse aims to provide a complete parts service, with a  sales office and parts counter on site.

ECP says it hopes the new site will be able to deliver 90% of parts to garages within 45 minutes. Twelve delivery vans will initially bear the brunt of delivering parts, with more soon to follow. The warehouse will be serviced and maintained by 21 staff, who together have a combined experience of 200 years in the motoring industry.

The company says that with this latest opening, they are on target to reach the 100-branch milestone by the end of this year.

Published by Darrenmoss

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