LATEST: BRAKEWORLD IN ADMINISTRATION

Leeds-based supplier Brakeworld entered administration on January 31. The company had been trading since 1986.

The independently owned braking and filtration supplier started as Blaze Glow Ltd in 1981, but changed name and business model in 1986 to become Brakeworld. At the time of closure, the company supplied over 7,000 lines and stocked brands including Japanparts, FTE and Sofima.

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Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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