Autoparts UK, Midwest Motor Factors and Monmore Autoparts will temporarily close until at least Monday 13 April. As part of Arnold Clark, the company is making resources available to the NHS and frontline workers, including the provision of 400 vehicles free of charge. Arnold Clark employees have also responded to the government’s call for help and are volunteering within the NHS and are also providing roadside recovery, emergency repairs and parts for all emergency vehicles where necessary.
Midwest Motor Factors and Monmore Auto Parts have hosted their latest technical evening for independent garages at GTG Wolverhampton. More than 50 garage owners, technicians and apprentices attended the event, which this time featured presentations by Yuasa’s Ian Newham, European technical training manager and European Exhausts and Catalysts’ (EEC) Stuart Still, business development manager and technical trainer.
Autoparts UK and Midwest Motor Factors have increased stock levels by 25 per cent in view of the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. In Glasgow, Autoparts’ central distribution hub has installed a new mezzanine floor and all branches throughout Scotland and Northern England are increasing stock levels.
West Midlands based automotive parts distributor, Midwest Motor Factors, is sponsoring Wednesfield Ladies FC football team for the 2018/19 season. Monmore Auto Parts will also unveil its support for the sport, sponsoring Wolves Women player Nikita Lal.
West Midlands-based automotive parts distributor, Midwest Motor Factors, has raised £1,214 for Bilston Town Football Club, as part of its ongoing commitment to proactively support the local community. The cheque was presented to the club by Arnold Clark aftersales director Stewart MacAulay, on behalf of Midwest, owned by Arnold Clark. The money will cover the cost of the installation of new showers for the players.
West Midlands based automotive parts distributor, Midwest Motor Factors, has donated much-needed funds to the Good Shepherd Ministry, a local charity that assists the homeless and others in need in Wolverhampton. Midwest donated £250 to the ministry in memory of popular Bilston Town FC chairman and community champion Graham Hodson, who died earlier this year.
Midwest Motor Factors has appointed Mark Graver to the role of parts sales manager. Based at its new-look Bilston branch, he will be responsible for developing sales and the growth within the Midwest branch network, as well as tapping into new opportunities.
West Midlands based automotive parts distributor, Midwest Motor Factors, is sponsoring Sky Bet league one football team, Walsall FC for the 2017/18 season. Midwest will have branding throughout the Saddlers’ 11,000 capacity stadium and will be following the team’s progress throughout the season.
Automotive parts distributor Midwest Motor Factors is sponsoring local football team, Bilston Town F.C, nicknamed ‘Steel Men’, for the second year in a row in the 2017/18 West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division.
Midwest Motor Factors made a special trip to Holy Trinity Roman Catholic primary school this Easter to hand out a bag of Mini Eggs to each pupil while also letting the children explore its unique parts delivery vehicle, the Renault Twizy.
Midwest Motor Factors, part of Arnold Clark Automobiles Ltd, has joined automotive trading group Groupauto. Midwest Motor Factors operates out of six branches across the West Midlands alongside the award-winning Monmore Auto Parts branch, which is based in Wolverhampton. All operations will join Groupauto with immediate effect.