SHAFTEC SECURES BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP WITH LIVINGSTON AUTOPARTS

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Shaftec's Chris Journet with Livingston Autopart's Tony Purves
Shaftec’s Chris Journet with Livingston Autopart’s Tony Purves

Transmission supplier Shaftec, has announced that is has secured a business partnership with Scottish motor factor, Livingston Autoparts. The new alliance has helped strengthen the Shaftec brand as a distributor of braking, steering and transmission components as well as highlighing the companies’ growing presence across the European aftermarket.

A complete range of both new and remanufactured Shaftec branded steering and transmission components will be available to garages across Scotland from the distributor’s main 10,000 sq. ft facility in West Lothian.

Shaftec’s UK sales manager, Chris Journet, commented: “Cementing this partnership with Livingston Autoparts is an important milestone for the Shaftec brand across Scotland. We are incredibly proud of our brand and are pleased that such a large number of garages will now have access to the depth and breadth of Shaftec’s range of quality products at a commercially competitive rate.”

Tony Purves, Business Development Manager Livingston Autoparts, added: “Our objective is to give our customers across Scotland access to the best and most reasonable choice of quality brands and products”, said Purves: “The Shaftec brand ticks all the right boxes for us and we are pleased to be able to confidently pass on this offer to Scotland’s garages”.

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