FPS Launceston

FPS Network Update – Launceston Launches

PRESS RELEASE We are pleased to announce that our new Regional Distribution Centre (RDC) in Launceston, Cornwall is in the final stages of being prepared for business and is due to open on Monday 10th December 2018.

FPS Sheffield NDC Canopy Extension

2018: A Year of Growth for FPS

A little over a year ago, FPS broke ground to build a 15,000sqft warehouse extension for their National Distribution Centre in Sheffield. Read on to catch up on the developments FPS has made over the course of this year.






Movember Campaign Image

Gary’s Fan(tash)tic Movember Fundraising

FPS is delighted to support our very own Gary Finch, who has been a consistent Movember supporter since 2013. Find out more about his fundraising efforts and the fantastic work that the Movember Foundation does to help change the face of men’s health.






Wendy Williamson - IAAF

The Survival of the Automotive Aftermarket

With the growing prominence of electric and autonomous vehicles in the public eye, the future of the aftermarket is on everyone’s mind this year. Wendy Williamson, Chief Executive of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF), weighs in on the impact on the industry.






FPS Football Lottery -The Winners

The FPS Football Lottery

As part of our World Cup celebrations, we asked our network to nominate schools and football clubs in their local communities to receive new footballs in our football lottery.






Andy's Parkrun Story

The Parkrun Phenomenon – Andy’s Story

FPS supports developing better health and fitness habits and encourages all efforts to get healthier. We look into Parkrun, which is a great (and affordable!) way of trying something new.






Volunteers from the 2017 MPD book drive

FPS Supports MPD Book Drive

FPS is supporting their customer Motor Parts Direct (MPD) in their efforts to send 40,000 books -educational or otherwise, to Kenya and India for use in schools. The aim is to support the education of underprivileged children where accessibility to educational resources are limited.