Andrew Page rejoins The Parts Alliance

Associate membership adds 93 branches to network

Published:  08 July, 2014

Automotive buying and distribution group The Parts Alliance has welcomed Andrew Page back as an associate member.

The move adds 93 branches and £170 million turnover to the business, which was acquired by HgCapital in April this year. Andrew Page was one of the founding members of The Parts Alliance in 1999 and has been absent for six years. It also brings with it another former member, Camberley Auto Factors, which was brought by Andrew Page in 2012.

Peter Sephton, Chief Executive of The Parts Alliance, comments: "Andrew Page is a long established major force in the automotive aftermarket - it is thrilling to have the business back in the fold. I and my colleagues can't wait to start working closely with Chairman Jim Sumner and all his team and sharing best-in-market systems and practice that exist across The Parts Alliance group and Andrew Page."

As an associate member, Andrew Page will continue to trade as an independently owned business. The announcement means The Parts Alliance group now has a total of 248 branches nationwide.

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