The magnificent Warwick Castle, bathed in hazy evening sunshine, was the perfect venue for Motaquip, as it celebrated its historic 35th anniversary on the first evening of Automechanika Birmingham 2017. General manager, Peter Cox, welcomed the Motaquip family and distinguished guests to the medieval fortress. Hosted by the Motaquip team, loyal customers from the UK and overseas were joined by members of the automotive media and treated to a sumptuous banquet complete with ice-cold bubbly in the castle’s majestic Great Hall.
Parts supplier Motaquip is pursuing what it calls an “aggressive” development of its diverse product portfolio, as the company seeks growth two years after securing its independence from the PSA Group. The British auto parts and consumables supplier is celebrating 35 years of trading in 2016. It has a customer base of 175 independent motor factors – all members of the Motaquip Distributor Network. It supplies braking, filtration, steering and suspension, lubricants, engine components, transmission products, electrical and consumables.