New identity on parade

29 January 2001 #SMMT News

The European Automotive Trade Show will be an ideal opportunity for Garage Equipment Services (GES) to parade its new identity, including logo and colour scheme, launched at the end of last year. GES offers a full planning and national distribution service for garage and bodyshop equipment through more than 400 branches of Partco Autoparts, Brown Brothers, Serck Intertruck and other outlets within the Unipart Group of Companies.

Malcolm Scott, operations manager, GES, comments: ‘Exhibiting at this year’s EATS show offers an ideal opportunity to promote GES to our potential customers. Our experience of over 25 years has now been strengthened with the added resources gained from being part of the Unipart Group of Companies, and as the show is the leading automotive equipment exhibition in the country, it is an excellent forum to showcase our one-stop-shop business solutions.’

It is GES task to support the Unipart Group network in providing solutions for customers’ needs, from drawing board to the finished article, whether this is a single product or a greenfield site. The package provides advice on workshop and bodyshop layouts, relevant legislation and installation procedures.

Available on the GES stand at the European Automotive Trade Show will be a totally new corporate brochure that providing full details of its services. It also highlights some of the recent projects in which GES has been involved, including Village Motors of Liverpool, Dovercourt in Finchley and Quicks in both Stockport and Luton.

The European Automotive Trade Show 2001 is the leading exhibition in the automotive aftermarket. Organised by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, it takes place at the NEC, Birmingham between 29 April and 2 May 2001.


Notes to Editors:

  1. The European Automotive Trade Show runs alongside InterTyre at the NEC, Birmingham, from 29 April-2 May 2001. Visitors will be able to move freely between the shows which are held in adjoining halls.
  2. Opening hours for the exhibition are: Sunday 29 April – Wednesday 2 May 09:30-18:00 (Please note revised and extended opening hours.)
  3. Visitors will enjoy free entry to the Show with a complimentary Show guide, and they will be able to pre-register entry on the official Show website –

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