Supplier update: Trico in at Parts For Machines

Industrial equipment parts platform, Parts for Machines has added Trico wipers to its inventory following following a deal with licence holder First Brands.

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PFM website screengrab

PFM is a new entrant in the agricultural and industrial supply chain, having been established earlier in 2021. With no physical branch, the firm retails its wares, ranging from bucket attachments for excavators through to consumables such as bulbs, batteries and wiper blades.

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First Brands’ Marketing Manager Sam Robinson said: “We’re thrilled to join the innovative company that is Parts For Machines. They’re still a ‘young’ company, but they have certainly made their mark on the industry and we’re delighted to be able to say that we’re now joining their journey.”

PFM has existing supply agreements with Yuasa, DeWalt, Philips, SiP and others.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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