Exide doubles Manchester battery stock to 150k units

Andy Bevington
Andy Bevington

Exide Batteries has completed a six-figure refurbishment of its distribution centre in Manchester.

The move has almost doubled the company’s stockholding to 150,000 units.

With a warehouse footprint increased by 24% to 23,000 sq ft, the facility now has 3500 locations.

“This new facility is a further example of how Exide continues to invest in growth,” said sales and marketing director Andy Bevington.

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