ECP TAKEOVER OF ACCESSORY WHOLESALER ARLEIGH INTERNATIONAL

ecparleighEuro Car Parts (ECP) has announced the acquisition of leisure retail supplier Arleigh Group – which operates under the trading names of Arleigh International, Nova Leisure and Midland Chandlers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Arleigh, whose head office is based in Warwickshire, is a distributor of products and accessories to the UK Caravan, Holiday Home, Motorhome and Inland Marine markets offering over 13,000 product lines to its customers.

Martin Gray, CEO of ECP said: “With the purchase of Arleigh, we not only gain the expert knowledge from the highly trained and knowledgeable employees, but more excitingly see the Euro Car Parts customer proposition widen further, bringing our market leading distribution efficiencies and pricing to the most important people, our customers. The Leisure sector presents an ideal growth opportunity and we are delighted to have gained a well-respected, market leading supplier in this field”.

Sukhpal Singh, U.K. Chairman and LKQ Board Member added: “We are looking forward to growing the Arleigh brand further and welcoming the passionate Arleigh community into the unique Euro Car Parts family”.

Alastair Thomas of Arleigh stated: “We are delighted to enter into an ownership with LKQ and Euro Car Parts. Currently we see so many best practices that we can share, which will ultimately end up in the consumer benefiting, whilst protecting current supply agreements”.

ECP has stated that the plan ‘heralds the next chapter’ in its expansion of the Specialists Products Divison.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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