SOVEREIGN IN THREE YEAR SUPPLY DEAL WITH GROUPAUTO

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Sovereign has secured a new three-year deal with Groupauto.

The rotating machines manufacturer and supplier says it has secured the agreement to supply its products to the trading group.

Groupauto members will now have access to the full range of Sovereign products for the car and CV markets. That portfolio includes starters, alternators, ignition leads, coil on plug and clutch pulleys.

The company says it has already enjoyed growth thanks to Groupauto and its continuing partnership with the group.

Managing Director of Groupauto factor member PMA Factors Derek Jones said: “We recently took a tour of Sovereign’s facility with our customers and they were massively impressed by the high quality manufacturing process, new company video and technical support now available. Since working with Sovereign, we have experienced double digit growth in sales of rotating electrics and the company continues to introduce new, competitively priced products, designed to open up new revenue streams for our business.”

Richard Welland, Managing Director of Sovereign added: “We are delighted with our renewed agreement with Groupauto as it underlines how far we have come as a company. Our achievements with Groupauto and its members in the past few years bring with it an even greater sense of responsibility for everyone at Sovereign to positively affect all aspects of a member’s business moving forward.”

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