PARTS ALLIANCE OPENS NEW BRANCHES

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SCMF Croydon

The Parts Alliance has opened a new branch under its SCMF brand in Croydon and another one through its SAS Autoparts division in Newcastle. The move comes as part of the company’s growth strategy to reach more garages and suppliers across the country.

The Croydon store will help to serve garages and suppliers in the South East and Greater London areas within its 4,500 sq ft facility, housing 12 staff, two delivery vans and four motorcycles. William Barrett has been hired as Branch Manager who also possesses over 20 years of experience in the aftermarket.

“We’re delighted to continue our branch expansion to establish a true national footprint with a combination of company store owners and a commitment to members and service partners,” said, Peter Sephton, Parts Alliance CEO. “We welcome all our new team members to our culture of systemised entrepreneurship and look forward to giving our customers increased choice and better service driven by our people, culture and technology platform”.

Meanwhile, the Newcastle SAS Autoparts site is headed up by Dave Watts who spent 15 years at Andrew Page’s Brough Parkfossway depot, which is still operating as normal. He is assisted by six members of staff with plans to recruit more employees in due course.

Sephton added: “The opening of two new locations is an opportunity to expand the group’s presence nationally and aligns with our strategic plan to grow in key markets”. Henry Buckley, President and Uni- Select CEO, concluded: “This continues our commitment to have the best customer coverage in the UK through both owned stores and members”.

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