25 Sep 2012
Category: Articles, Company News
Our brand is being refreshed. The new branding presents a more versatile public image which complements the business as our range of products and services grow. The changes aim to show that we are more than just a distributor. We also deliver value added services and have evolved to adapt to a changing market.
The messaging has been inspired by the fact that no matter what area of the business you focus on, we deliver on many levels. We deliver products, services, partnerships and even bespoke logistics solutions for both suppliers and customers. Given the breadth of our offering, it became clear that it needed to be expressed more clearly to you. The new website and brand makeover presents the opportunity to do this.
After 8 years we have decided to give this public website a fresh new look to support our rebranding. This website showcases the best of us, building on our values of integrity, partnership and service excellence and bringing together our full package. You can now find information on all of the great products and services that we can deliver to you, some of which you may not be aware of.
Automotive parts remain a core part of our overall offering, however our portfolio has expanded and now carries product lines covering the travel and leisure, industrial, retail sectors and more. By visiting the Products area of this site you can get a feel for the full product range we deliver, that continues to grow day by day.
Do you need information on how we can help you harness eCommerce? Support you with our nationwide sales force? Provide technical information on the product applications? Or produce additional marketing materials to increase your market share? The Services area includes a number of case studies that demonstrate the value added services that we provide to streamline your business processes, saving you time and money.
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