GSF issues statement on leadership

GSF Car Parts have confirmed former COO and President Mark Eburne has left the business, and will be replaced in the interim by Brian McManus.

The full statement from the company reads as follows:

GSF logo on topbox



National motor factor GSF Car Parts can confirm that Mark Eburne, former President and COO, has left the business and Brian McManus, Uni-Select Executive Chair and Chief Executive Officer has been appointed interimGSF Car Parts Interim President and COO.

Mr. McManus said: “We’re grateful to Mark for his leadership of the team through a significant period of growth and change for GSF, following its rebrandfrom The Parts Alliance in 2021.

“In the short-term, I have assumed the position of Interim President and COO at GSF Car Parts in order to support the company’s leadership team through this transitional phase.

GSF remains committed to investing in the development of its infrastructure, network and operations in order to provide a leading service to trade and retail customers in the aftermarket. We have a strong leadership team in place and a nationwide network of more than 180 branches that are focused on excellent service.


Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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