CSF set to open in Waltham Abbey

South East-based chain Car Spares Factors (CSF) is to open a sixth branch at the end of September.

CSF Waltham Abbey

The 8,000 sq ft. unit in Waltham Abbey has been freshly racked out and a new team recruited and trained so that the business can start trading straight away. Initially four vans and one bike will run from the branch, which will be managed by Yusuf Hussein.

“We’re very excited to be opening our latest branch in Waltham Abbey,” says Sanjiv Shah, Director at CSF. “We’ve always planned our growth carefully, making sure we’re in the right place for our customers and that we can always deliver the top-quality service we’ve committed to.”

The branch will be open from September 30th 2022, and a trade evening is being held on 29th September for the official launch where customers can visit the new site, speak to many of the company’s suppliers who will be exhibiting their products and services, and speak to members of the CSF team.

CSF was established in 1977 and has grown both organically and through acquisition. The firm’s other branches include New Southgate (Head Office), East Barnet, Haringey, Park Royal and Welwyn Garden City. The Head Office site is in a unit split between it and well-known independent, Brunswick Garage, founded by Andy Savva in 2010. 

 

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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