RH Claydon buys Unity Tyre stock and assets

East of England-based tyre wholesaler RH Claydon has expanded its business with the acquisition of agricultural, industrial and specialist tyre wholesaler Unity Tyre.

Unity officials said: “It is with great sadness but no regret that as from 31 October 2018 Unity Tyre Co Ltd will finish trading in the tyre industry. A deal has been made with RH Claydon Ltd who will purchase the stock and the assets from Unity Tyre Co Ltd where they will look to continue and hope to increase the supply to all previous Unity customers.

“Unity Tyre Co Ltd would like to thank everyone who has been connected with the company for the last 47 years, from all suppliers and customers but most of all the loyal staff, some of which have been here for over 30 years!”

Company directors Bryan and David Williams said: “After almost five very successful decades in the tyre industry the time is right now for us to bow out and take the company in a completely different direction and into a new era which should preserve it for future generations. We thank Mick and Ruby Claydon of RH Claydon Ltd for this opportunity and wish them every success for the future”.

RH Claydon executives stated their delight at the news with the following statement: “RH Claydon are delighted to have been given the opportunity to purchase the trade of Unity Tyre Co Ltd. RH Claydon Ltd share many of the same family values and business ethics that Bryan and David Williams have employed during the 47 years they have been in business. We look forward to serving Unity’s customer base and will endeavour to make the transition of the business as seamless as possible.

A big thank you to Bryan and David for the professional manner in which the deal has been handled and all at RH Claydon Ltd wish them every success in their new venture.”

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