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Euro Garages signs three-year deal with Wilcomatic
Published:  11 March, 2016

Euro Garages has awarded vehicle wash specialist Wilcomatic a further three-year contract for maintenance and the supply and topping up of wash chemicals.

The contract, finalised at the Top 50 Indies dinner at the Hilton in Syon Park, includes all 34 former Esso service stations that were purchased by Euro Garage earlier this year, bringing the total to 69 throughout the UK.

Euro Garage CEO Zuber Issa said: “We have worked successfully with Wilcomatic for a number of years and it has proven to be a quality maintenance provider, whatever the make of car wash machine.

“With the recent inclusion of the Esso locations, Wilcomatic has the ability to maintain the greater number of sites without issue, which is why we have taken this opportunity to extend our relationship for a further three years.”

Wilcomatic managing director Kevin Pay added: “I am really pleased Euro Garages has extended our contract. It is an exciting and demanding customer and it is great to be working with one of the UK’s largest and fastest growing independent fuels retailers.

“Our aim is to work closely with the team at Euro Garages to continue to develop their car wash offer and grow their sales through improved availability, promotional activity and quality of wash.”

Euro Garages is ranked third in the Top 50 Indies with 361 sites.

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