GSF opens 62nd branch in Middlesbrough

GSF's 62nd branch is located in Middlesbrough
GSF's 62nd branch is located in Middlesbrough

GSF Car Parts’ 62nd outlet is now located in Middlesbrough, following an official opening. Showcasing a complete range of parts for any make of vehicle, GSF says the new branch is part of an ongoing commitment to customer service.

Almost eighty years experience is shared by the staff at the new branch, who are themselves supported by a full fleet of vans offering bespoke delivery services to local garages.

As well as trade sales, GSF hopes its latest branch will also become a renowned retailer in the local area. Founded in 1987 by now managing director Stan West, GSF now boasts 62 branches nationwide.

Stocked with quality brands, and hosting an impressive selection of low-cost alternatives for older vehicles, GSF is also able to offer specialist diagnostic and air-con products for the trade.

Richard Swan, GSF’s sales director said: “the staff aim to offer the highest levels of service to the local customer base. We will structure our van routes so that local trade customers receive their goods as quickly as possible.

Coupled with our existing Leeds branch customers in the city will benefit from highly enhance service levels while customers from our branches in the region will enjoy access to a greatly widened product range on a same day basis.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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