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Tyre Boss open new warehouse facility

New warehouse for Tyre Boss

Company expands headquarters to reduce turnaround times and support future growth plans

OTR tyre specialists Tyre Boss have opened a second warehouse at their headquarters in Bridgend, South Wales. The new facility – which more than doubles the size of the company’s existing space – will strengthen Tyre Boss’ aftermarket parts support in the UK whilst supporting major growth plans for the future.

Located 100m away from an existing warehousing operation, the newly opened unit will be mainly used for stocking a wide range of tyres sold by Tyre Boss, including TY cushion models which are said to be popular in the waste-recycling sector. Tyre pressing, storage, maintenance and servicing of rims/wheels will continue to be carried out in the original warehouse facility, along with all administrative duties.

Wayne Collins, who owns and runs Tyre Boss, believes the expansion of the headquarters and increased stockholding capacity will further enhance their after-sales support and help them personalize the service they offer to customers in the OTR tyre market. The new premises will also allow the tyre specialist to hold even more stock and product lines to provide a quick turnaround time for customers.

‘We are reinvesting in the business to ensure that we continue to offer the best possible customer service,’ said Mr Collins. ‘These new premises mean we can continue to enlarge our stocks and respond even more quickly to customers. It’s a very exciting time for us, but as a small business we never take investment decisions lightly.

‘Our controlled, organic growth is fuelled by demand for our tyres. We’re keeping a close eye on the challenges at present, including the coronavirus [COVID-19] and the renewal of our ISO 9001 certificate.’

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