Spartan opens Nuneaton branch

Tetrosyl-owned Spartan Motor Factors has expanded into the West Midlands with the opening of a branch in Nuneaton.

Spartan team, Nuneaton

 

The 10,000 sq ft trade counter occupies a site on the Attleborough Fields industrial estate in the town. The team of five van drivers and four parts advisors are all experienced in the trade as they have all joined from various other motor factors. As the building contains a large mezzanine floor and an abundance of office space, it is planned to have the team from Quinton Hazel move in soon. 

 

READ: SPARTAN SCUNTHORPE SET TO OPEN

 

Branch Manager David Tiernan said: “On day one, everyone was very welcoming on the phone and they’re excited to have another motor factor to deal with. The QH brand has been very well received and everyone who has bought the coated discs and brake pads on the first day has been pleased with them and said they will buy again”. 

Dave Tiernan

 

Come back for a full report on the opening day at Spartan Nuneaton soon. 

 

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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