Euro Car Parts rolls into Bedford

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Parts supplier Euro Car Parts has opening a new branch in Bedford, making the new store the 10th to open this year.

The company says the opening forms part of their “relentless expansion plan.”

Local garages can now benefit from the 15,000 part numbers the new 20,000 sq foot warehouse will stock.

A delivery fleet of 10 vans, all equipped with the latest GPS tracking technology, will help to make sure that orders run on time.

Donna West, director of communications said: “all our highly skilled staff have tremendous knowledge of the local area, coupled with over 130 years of automotive experience.   As always we will provide our customers with quality service, parts and exceptional delivery service.”

The new branch is located on the Bedford Business Park.

Published by Darrenmoss

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

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  1. Oxford can’t wait for Euro’s to roll into town or very nearby at least!!!! All our suppliers are nervous of their branch opening and so they should be. It maybe the shake up that all the bigger Factors need in Oxford as at this present time their service is shocking to say the least. 2 of my main suppliers are on ‘jankers’ at the moment for very very poor service and lack of management skills from the higher tier. All i can say is good luck to Euro Car Parts and your venture into Oxfordshire we for 1 will support you all the way and i hope you show the competition how to serve the trade.