Northern Ireland-based factor chain Fyfes, has moved its Ballyclare branch to larger and improved premises.

The new building on Mill Road will an increased range of parts and more availability for technicians and motorists in the town and around the surrounding areas.

Fyfes re-sited Ballyclare branch

Fyfes has 16 branches in Northern Ireland and one branch in Republic of Ireland, along with 200 employees and over 100 vehicles on the roads. The firm recently opened an all-new branch in Coleraine.


With a customer-focused business approach, products and ranges in stock are regularly reviewed to ensure Fyfes have got everything the market needs. This allows the company to remain Northern Ireland’s largest motor factor.

Tony Fyfe, Managing Director of Fyfes, said: “We’ve continued to invest in all areas of our business. Availability of parts is key, and our new larger premises meet this demand”.


Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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