Brown Brothers on the move

New branch for crash parts distributor

Published:  12 October, 2012

PARTS distributor Brown Brothers' Birmingham branch has upped sticks and relocated to a 7,000 sq. ft. branch located in Minworth Trade Park. The new site provides significantly more storage for a wider stock holding, large paint mixing room for accurate colour matching and paint supply.

The new location has good transport links, so the firm has also been able to increase its same day delivery coverage to a wider area of customers.

John Cable a manager for the firm said:  "The new Minworth branch allows us to enhance stock availability and choice for our customers."

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