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Euro Car Parts opens Dumfries branch

Euro Car Parts Dumfries

Euro Car Parts has opened its 16th Scotland branch in Dumfries, taking on a staff of 20.

The 8,600 sq ft unit, which has a trade and retail counter, along with an additional mezzanine floor, has been leased from a private investor for a term of ten years.

Six vans will provide a six-day delivery service to Dumfries, Annan, Castle Douglas and Dalbeattie. Customers will have access to product back-up from field-based trainers and dealership parts look ups, along with OE quality products.

Martin Gray, CEO, said: “Dumfries is our most southerly branch in Scotland and enables the ECP team to reach more customers with our fast delivery service and Click & Collect offer.”

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