PSA Groupe has opened new Distrigo Relay sites  in Aldershot, Colchester, Deeside, Scunthorpe and Southampton.

Five new Distrigo branches have opened

 The new sites are part of dealership groups, Drive Aldershot, Underwoods Colchester, Lookers Deeside and Wilsons Scunthorpe as well as Pace Trade Parts Southampton.

The newcomers bring the total number of distribution points in the UK to 40, bolstering the network’s coverage for the independent motor trade.


Served by larger hubs, the ‘Relay’ sites mean the network can more effectively deliver fast moving products.

  The new sites will also cater for PSA’s own Eurorepar ‘soft franchise’ network of independent garages.

Andrew Robson, Parts Operations Director at PSA Group, said, “We know that competitive garages must have access to a dependable, efficient and professional parts supplier. Adding another five Distrigo Relay sites to our roster is an important step in improving our national coverage and meeting the needs of our customers in the independent motor trade. From Genuine Parts for Peugeot, Citroën, DS Automobiles and Vauxhall to leading supplier brands, the Eurorepar all-makes range and remanufactured parts, we can supply the independent sector what they need, when they need it.”

NOTE: The locations in this story have been updated due to an error in the original communication from Distrigo

Look out for an exclusive interview with Andy Robson in Autumn CAT


Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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  1. Yet another OE all makes parts programme – destined to fail just like all the others. I am amazed at the aftermarket brands that are already over distributed and on every internet platform going, will happily supply them. Can’t blame them of course but their main existing distributors should question it. These dealer groups really need to focus on giving better service to people that buy cars.