PARTBUSTERS JOIN THE IAAF

The IAAF has expanded its list of members with the addition of Partbusters, an online supplier of parts and accessories to the aftermarket.

Partsbusters logo

The firm was started by tech  Rizwan Hussain  in 2017 and mainly sells bumpers, mirrors and trim although some steering and suspension parts are also available and tools are ‘coming soon’.

The brand’s UK distribution is serviced via space in three warehouses in Essex, Birmingham and Newcastle.

Rizwan Hussain commented: “Joining the IAAF is an exciting opportunity for us to network with and support an organisation that truly values its members and looks to serve the interests of the industry”.

Mike Smallbone, Head of Membership Development at the IAAF, added: “It’s great to be able to continue to attract new and exciting companies to our expanding membership”.

“As with all new, and existing members, we look forward to cementing our relationship with Partbusters throughout the remainder of this year and into the future”.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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