Newsletter for the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation
Three good news stories from ECP
Euro Car Parts is supporting the AA’s new partnership with the London Ambulance Service, supplying parts to keep NHS staff on the road during the coronavirus pandemic. Andy Hamilton, CEO at Euro Car Parts, said: “The aftermarket has a critical role to play in keeping key workers moving at this time. We’re proud to supply parts to roadside recovery services like the AA, and in turn, to their partners in the NHS, to ensure ambulance crews can reach patients who are in need.”
The Kettering branch of Euro Car Parts has been working closely with Kettering Borough Council to supply 10 foot pumps for blow-up beds that the council is giving out to homeless people in the area. Gene Picton, Kettering branch manager, said: “All of us are being affected in some way, but we can’t forget about the homeless as among the most vulnerable of all.”
A Euro Car Parts sales advisor in Cannock helped a vulnerable pensioner who was unable to go to collect her medicine prescription because her car was off-road. The sales advisor located the part needed to fix her vehicle in branch and arranged for a mobile mechanic to visit her so that it could be repaired as quickly as possible.