BBC Superfactors is Lancashire’s leading distributor of car parts, who’s most important aim, is to provide a fast and friendly service. The family based company was established over 30 years ago as a two-man band in the form of Gary Shulman and Peter Rostron.
The partnership started out over three decades ago selling brake pads and shoes and has grown into a company that now holds £1.5 million of car parts in stock, operating out of a network of branches with locations that span all the way from the head office in Accrington, to Blackburn, Burnley, Rawtenstall, Clitheroe, Chorley and Preston.
Being a family operated business there are 12 members involved in the company’s running and continued expansion. Daughter Nicola, who started learning the ropes at 16, and daughter Stacey are both financial directors of the business and son Declan manages the Rawtenstall branch.
Focusing on providing a first class service of first class product, BBC Superfactors offers a prompt delivery service to garages across the area. It understands that its success and reputation is based ,not only on their commitment to servicing their customers (and in return their loyalty), but also relies upon their relationship with global companies like Bosch, LuK, Mann Filters, NGK and many more.
BBC Superfactors is constantly moving with the times and listening to its customers, always trying to stay one step ahead of their competitors by introducing new stock lines and working with the best suppliers in the aftermarket. Being a member of the Parts Alliance, the biggest buying group in the country, means that not only does it now have better buying power, but now has access for the first time to original equipment brands.