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09 Jan 2019

Category: AAG News, Articles

In light of their astronomical business growth, Apec recently moved to new premises near Filton, Bristol.

Catering for increased demand and an ever-expanding range, APEC moved to their new distribution centre at the end of December 2018.

The brand new distribution centre has a storage capacity of over 160,000 sq. ft. which will house 18,250 pallet spaces. The magnitude of this growth spurt is best put into perspective by comparing the capacity of Apec’s old warehouse site which only held 5,000 pallet spaces.

In conjunction with the launch of their new warehouse, Apec released a video of the showcasing the interior of their warehouse. It can be viewed HERE.

Apec has been a subsidiary of Alliance Automotive Group UK since 2016 and is UK’s leading special braking supplier. With a 50-year history of providing quality braking parts to the UK and Ireland, Apec prides themselves in providing superb value and unbeatable availability.

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