WAI product arrives at Marathon branches

Published:  05 July, 2018

WAI product has begun leaving Bognor Regis and arriving at Marathon Warehouse Distribution’s national distribution centre in Redditch and a 14-branch network throughout the UK.

Motor factors are already benefiting from improved availability and a frequent same-day delivery service from the new WAI-Marathon agreement, signed at Automechanika Birmingham 2018.

Richard Welland, WAI Managing Director: “We have been delighted by the aftermarket’s reception to our new agreement and demonstrates our ability to react to market changes and ensure an almost instant parts supply to more than 85percent of the UK population through Marathon.

Colin Fisher, Marathon Warehouse Distribution Sales and Marketing Director, added: “Motor factors up and down the UK are already taking full advantage of our range and availability and we are working closely with them to ensure they benefit fully from our partnership with WAI.”

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