Steve Fulford, Chairman of The Parts Alliance, said: “To win this major contract for a second term underlines our group’s position as a major player within National Accounts and confirms that we have previously delivered the promises made for the original contract.

As with the original contract from 2011, The Parts Alliance will cover both same day on-demand supply and next day core stock replenishment.

Products will be supplied from a variety of ranges including Delphi and, says The Parts Alliance, its own OE-quality DriveTec brand.

Mike Curry, Sales Director National Accounts for The Parts Alliance, said: “This is one of the largest single product contracts within the automotive aftermarket. In awarding our group first line preferred supplier status for a second term Kwik Fit has provided The Parts Alliance with a significant vote of confidence.”

Curry added that The Parts Alliance has worked in partnership with Kwik Fit on this product group for the past two years and exceeding the KPI’s outlined in the contract in delivering quality products and service. Also that a number of new projects are in the pipeline to help develop sales of parts to retail and fleet customers.

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