ECP SIGNS DEAL WITH CLICKMECHANIC

Factor giant Euro Car Parts has signed a supply agreement with online aggregator ClickMechanic.

The deal means that the aggregator’s client base of mobile technicians and independent garages can take advantage of the pricing of a national account.

Andrew Jervis, Co-Founder of ClickMechanic, said: “We are truly excited to offer the benefits of this agreement to our mechanics and, in turn, grow their businesses. Supporting the UK’s mechanics is a core fundamental of ClickMechanic, and working with Euro Car Parts will deliver better value for money, service offering and parts accuracy for our members.”

Martin Gray, CEO of Euro Car Parts, said: “We are committed to delivering an outstanding range and service to all workshops throughout the UK and working with ClickMechanic is another step in that direction.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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