PDP Chair: Commitment and spend ‘most important’ factor

Alastair Whatmore, Chairman of the Parts Distribution Partnership has contacted us to confirm that five out of 21 member companies have left.

However, he explains that to simply look at the membership number misses the point as the group considers commitment and spend with suppliers as being the ‘most important’ factor.  “The companies that have decided to leave has reduced overall turnover by 18% and spend with suppliers by 15%” he said, also noting that the group itself had grown by 70 percent since 2013.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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