BREXIT: ALIGNMENT SUPPLIER TRIPLES STOCK LEVELS

Four wheel alignment technology supplier Absolute Alignment has announced that it has tripled its stock levels over the past three months in preparation for Brexit.

The firm say that the stockpiling will ensure next-day delivery is unaffected throughout the spring season for all items featured on the Absolute Alignment website.

Chris Deal, Technical Director for Absolute Alignment, said: “It’s of great importance to us that our speed of service is not in any way impacted by Brexit and the uncertainties that may bring.”

Dear also specifically highlighted the importance of appropriate stock levels of its Bluetooth Pro wheel aligners, which is the firm’s most popular and fastest-selling product in the UK.

 

 

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