Euro Car Parts UK network continues to grow

Published:  21 August, 2018

Euro Car Parts has added a distribution hub in Maidstone, Kent and two new branches in London and North Yorkshire to its rapidly expanding UK network.

The new 53,000 square foot Maidstone distribution hub stocks more than 50,000 parts, has created 74 new jobs in the local area, and comes complete with a specialist paint facility and a training room.

Further expanding the company’s branch network is a 5,000 square foot branch in Scarborough, North Yorkshire stocking more than 20,000-part numbers to meet the needs of independent repairers. The London outlet, in Bow, spans 6,855 square feet, with 20,000 product lines on offer, enabling parts to be delivered to independent repairers within 45 minutes of initial order.

Martin Gray, CEO of Euro Car Parts, commented: “Our new branches and Maidstone hub are part of an ambitious 2018 expansion plan as we invest in our considerable branch network. By opening new outlets in strategic locations around the UK, we are giving customers a faster, better service with an unbeatable off-the-shelf range of parts.”

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