Warehouse distributor Partbusters has taken on a number of new brands as it seeks to expand its offering.

New racking being installed, ready for new stock

The Essex-based firm is broadening its range from mainly crash damage parts into general service and repair items.


Accordingly, it has announced that it will stock parts from a number of suppliers including NGK, Bosch, Sogefi, TMD Friction and BM Catalysts.

The firm has also signed a deal with Dayco that includes a ‘media and strategy partnership’. It has also recently joined the IAAF trade federation.

Ricky Bassi, director and founder of Partbusters, commented: “Over the past year, the automotive aftermarket supply chain has set a great example and we’re delighted to be growing within that space, offering value to leading industry suppliers and the Partbusters brand continues to evolve.”



Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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