TMD scoops supplier of the Year Award

Arnold Clark Autoparts has announced the winner of its Supplier of the Year award.

Following a judging process by Arnold Clark by staff from the factor, TMD Friction has scooped the accolade.

TMD’s Nick Hayes and Arnold Clark’s Craig McCracken

Craig McCracken, group factor manager at Arnold Clark Autoparts, said:

“It’s a pleasure to recognise our suppliers’ service to our expanding branch network, and kudos to TMD Friction for winning this year’s Supplier of the Year award.

“Nominations come from across the business to recognise the efforts made by aftermarket suppliers to provide unrivalled levels of customer service and demonstrate a product range that serves an extensive area of the vehicle parc.”

Scott Irwin, head of technical training at TMD Friction, said:

“This award is testament to the uncompromising approach to customer service and product innovation of TMD Friction over the last year.

“We’re delighted to be named as winners of this coveted award and gain recognition for our effort to ensure our product range, stock availability and customer service are all maximised.”

In addition to this year’s winners TMD Friction, the suppliers shortlisted were previous winners First Line, plus BGA, BM Catalysts, and Klarius.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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