IN PICTURES: TETROSYL MERCH IN AT SPARTAN

Spartan Motor Factor branches now have improved retail display area and have been re-merchandised.

READ:  SPARTAN MOTOR FACTORS ENTERS ADMINISTRATION

The new stock, perhaps unsurprisingly, comes from Tetrosyl as that company bought Spartan out from administration early in 2020. A number of other parts of the business have been modernised, for example a new fleet of vans were delivered in the summer.

READ:  SPARTAN ACQUIRED BY MOTORMANIA PARENT

The pictures were shared by General Manager Lee Gratton and show the fresh stock in the Newport branch.

 

 

 

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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