Factor expands to Scotland

Sinemaster opens first branch north of the border

Published:  31 August, 2012

Parts distributor Sinemaster Motor Factors Ltd, is acquiring its first Scottish business namely Refinishing Services based in Edinburgh.

The Refinishing Services name will be changed to Sinemaster Edinburgh and the branch will relocate to a new, larger industrial unit in the city. The extra space will enable the team to increase its product offering and provide additional technical services such as Smart body repairs.

Mark Leeming, managing director of Sinemaster, said: "Our acquisition of Refinishing Services will only serve to bolster and broaden the business' offering and support to customers, enabling repairers to continue to make efficiencies and grow profitably for the long term."

Branch manager Scott Mcainsh commented: "The industry is changing quickly and I strongly believe that our new parent and structure puts us in the perfect position to adapt to the market and continue to enhance our offering to all our customers."

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