More Andrew Page branches have closed for business since our last report. 

Branches affected include Norwich, Nottingham, Coventry and Oldbury. The Nottingham and Coventry branches started trading in 2009 and were among the last to open when the firm was still an independent company. 


CAT understands that the accounts and many of the staff have been transferred to nearby branches of Euro Car Parts. 

Euro Car Parts have been contacted for comment.

Andrew Page Nottingham seen in 2010

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  1. Just 21 branches left open now. What a comedown from the 100 or so only a couple of years ago. A great company destroyed.

    1. destroyed by the incompetent rectal dwellers that took over once Andrew left, its a shame but its an example of how not to run a company, those of us who worked there for a number of years know the names of the directors to blame, hope they hang their heads in shame but knowing them they wont, they will already be ruining other companies and destroying other peoples livelihoods with ill thought out ideas that are’nt worth a light

  2. Mr B
    Yes this may be correct,but the last report by cat mag was August last year
    So the update is correct
    To all the people who have mentioned that ECP will swallow up and close down the brand well done to you 100% correct
    What a waste of time the CMA investigation was Ecp have now got what they wanted in the first place
    They have now taken a big slice of the pie
    Watch out garages let’s see if your prices go up now