Source: AutopartsUK announcement
GLASGOW, Scotland – After recently reopening its network of branches, AutopartsUK has implemented strict social-distancing measures throughout its headquarters in Glasgow.
This includes a one-way system in its warehouse to minimize the risk of breaking the two-meter rule while distributing parts, as well as setting up a dedicated ecommerce area to encourage customers to purchase safely and securely online, reducing unnecessary contact with staff.
“We’ve had a great response since re-opening our doors and it’s important this demand can be met as safely as possible, which is why we’ve been careful to put these procedures in place and are adhering to Government advice as best as possible,” said Craig McCracken, group factor manager.
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During the past few weeks, the company has made an enormous amount of resources available, providing 400 vehicles to NHS (National Health Service) and frontline workers free of charge to help them get to work.
AutopartsUK, Midwest Motor Factors and Monmore Auto Parts have also supplied 10,000 disposable seat covers for use by NHS staff.
At AutopartsUK, a team of 10 specialist parts people remain in place to assist blue light workers. Each individual will identify the parts required, collect stock from the branch and deliver it to their premises or be available for collection. At every Arnold Clark rental location, there are two vehicles being used by essential community groups to assist local people with food and supplies
AutopartsUK.com is part of a company that has been established for more than 20 years. The company has 12 sites across the U.K., including a 70,000-square-foot distribution warehouse in Glasgow – home to 60,000 parts and 106 staff. AutopartsUK sells car parts and accessories, from mechanical items to consumables, for both trade and public customers. The company buys in bulk and pass the savings on to its customers, so they can be sure to get a great deal.