Mr Clutch signs new deal with ECP

Primary supplier agreement to run until Spring 2015

Published:  21 March, 2014

Mr Clutch, the UK clutch, brake and transmission specialist, has signed a new contract with Euro Car Parts.

Running until Spring 2015, the new Primary Supplier Agreement extends one of the aftermarket's most successful partnerships.

Managing director of Mr Clutch, Joseph Yussuf, commented: "Our philosophy is to provide total customer satisfaction with no compromise on quality. As such, we only fit OE specification parts. I have known Sukhpal for many years and we have a very special relationship with Euro Car Parts. They help us to offer unbeatable value to car and LCV owners who see their vehicles as long term investments."

Operations director at Mr Clutch, Sef Yussuf, added: "We originally approached Euro Car Parts about supporting us in our drive to offer all-makes fixed-pricing on braking. They set up a deal with Pagid that gives us the quality we need. Now we offer fixed prices on a wide range of services, including cambelts and gearboxes.

"The consumer culture is changing. People ask: Can you do me a deal? That just wasn't happening 10 years ago. You have to have great prices and we work hard to make sure our garages are at capacity.

"Half of our group is run by franchisees, so they have the owner's eye. If something is cheaper elsewhere, even by a few pence, they will know about it. As part of the new deal, Euro Car Parts have given us a price promise on OE spec parts."

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