NEWS: AUTOQUIP MIDLANDS TAKEN OVER BY AAUK

Branch at Atherton Service Station

Atherton-based Autoquip Midlands has been bought by Alliance Automotive UK.

The factor, which had previously been a member of GroupAuto, can trace its roots back to 1989 although its modern form dates to 2000 when Sandra and Roy Blundell as well as Mark Leason became listed as Directors.

READ: ALLIANCE ACQUIRES PLATINUM INTERNATIONAL

The single branch joins the growing number that are under the direct ownership of the parent company of the GroupAuto and UAN buying groups.

READ: JIM MAZZA JOINS THE PDP

 

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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