Mac Tools eyes growth through franchise expansion

Mac wants more of these vans selling to mechanics
Mac wants more of these vans selling to mechanics

Mac Tools is eyeing expansion after gaining accreditation from the British Franchise Association.

The move follows a restructure of its US$4 billion global parent, Stanley Works, which has given new impetus to Mac’s franchising operation.

The tool company is now on the hunt for new franchisees to add to its 110-strong network.

David Osborne, marketing director for Mac Tools, said:  “Securing BFA accreditation is a fantastic accolade and reinforces our position in the franchise market.

“The building blocks are in place and we look forward to moving up a gear in our recruitment drive to find new franchisees that are looking for an exciting opportunity to invest in a financially strong and healthy business with a market leading reputation.”

Published by emmabutcher

Emma has been CAT's editor since January 2008. There isn't much she doesn't know about the aftermarket - and her favourite topic is definitely BER!

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