Euro Car Parts buys Autoclimate

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Euro Car Parts has bought collision repair parts and automotive climate control systems distributor Autoclimate.

The deal, announced today, means ECP’s own offering will be significantly bolstered by the addition of Autoclimate’s stock, as well as the added systems and expertise of the company.

ECP has also announced that Russell Wellings and David Farr, joint owners of Autoclimate, will be joining the Euro Car Parts management team.

ECP Managing Director Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia said: “Autoclimate is a well-established and highly-respected distributor of collision repair parts and products for automotive climate control systems with a reputation for top-quality products and service.”

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