GSF Car Parts 2018 job diary now available

GSF Car Parts has taken delivery of 5,000 of its ever-popular hardback A4 sized job diaries. They are available to customers now from the motor factor’s national branch network.

Despite digital developments, these high quality desk diaries are still a workshop essential for most garages, and are always snapped up fast.

The bespoke GSF layout uses a page a day with 24 widely spaced lines and an extra wide notes footer for quickly capturing bookings. Each line records time due in, registration number, customer or job details, contact phone number and technician initials for easy allocation.

The diaries run 13 months from 1st December to the end of 2018 and are available now, free of charge to account holders on a first-come first-served basis, from your local branch of GSF Car Parts.

With details of important calendar dates, conversion tables, travel information and branch listings, the job diary is a great addition to any workshop.

“The diaries always prove amazingly popular so we’ve kept the trusted format that customers appreciate,” said Amanda O’Reilly, Head of Marketing at GSF Car Parts.

“Thanks go to all the key suppliers who’ve helped support the production costs of the diary so we can offer the convenience of a top quality job diary for our customers free of charge.”

The diary also showcases GSF’s relationships with many of the best known OE parts producers in the world. There are full page glossy adverts for Bendix, Lesjofors, Brembo, Schaeffler, Valeo, Mann Filter, Yuasa, ZF Sachs, NGK and TRW. There’s also promotion of the Garage Essentials programme and the winter programme of ZM Heaters too.

To request a copy, please contact your local branch of GSF Car Parts. They are available now whilst stocks last..


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