GSF open in St Helens

GSF Car Parts increased its Merseyside footprint with a new St Helens branch in July. 

This is the ninth new GSF Car Parts branch to open in four months. The firm, previously known as The Parts Alliance and trading under a dozen regional identities, has recently completed the rebrand and has standardised opening hours across all branches. 

The new unit measures 5,000sq ft, plus a 3,000sq ft mezzanine. Six vans will run from it, and it is headed up by Manager Steve Hughes, who brings 15 years of factor experience to the job.

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GSF Car Parts St Helens

Regional Manager Aaron Ward said: “Our existing branches across Merseyside have an excellent reputation for service, quality of parts and great value, so we’re looking forward to building similarly strong relationships with customers in St Helens.”

The branch is located to the south of the town centre on Sherdley Business Park, in close proximity to the St Helens Linkway. 

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