NEW FYFES BRANCH OPENS IN COLERAINE

A new Fyfes branch has opened in the Coleraine area, Northern Ireland becoming the 17th branch in the chain.

With more than 100 years’ experience, Fyfes has gone from strength to strength and  boasts branches in Northern Ireland under the Fyfes Vehicle & Engineering Supplies name and one in the Republic of Ireland called Fyfes Car Parts Ireland, along with nearly 200 employees and 100 vehicles on the road.

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Tony Fyfe, managing director of Fyfes, said: “Covid-19 unfortunately delayed the opening of the new branch, which was due to take place earlier in April of this year, but with our service levels returning to what they were before the pandemic, now seemed to be the right time to open our doors in Coleraine.

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“The Fyfes fleet is already a common sight on the roads around Coleraine and beyond, and the branch will hold extensive stock and is backed up with numerous daily deliveries from the Head Office in Ballymena.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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