190 BURSON AUTO PARTS STORES AND COUNTING
The latest new Burson Auto Parts store services major Northern Victorian regional centres
Australia’s Burson Auto Parts has celebrated another major milestone in its almost five-decade history.
Burson Auto Parts says it is Australia’s preferred trade supplier of parts, tools and equipment.
Its 190th store has opened at the large Victorian rural town of Kilmore, located conveniently on the main street at Shop 7, 84 Sydney Street in Kilmore.
This new Burson Auto Parts store services the major Northern Victorian regional centres of Kilmore, Wallan, Wandong, Broadford and Seymour.
Despite the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Burson Auto Parts has opened an additional seven stores during 2020, taking the total number of new Burson Auto Parts stores joining Australia’s preferred trade network to 20 over the past two years.
Burson Auto Parts says its targeted geographic growth ensures that automotive repairers across the country have access to vast stocks of parts with prompt deliveries, keeping their businesses operating effectively throughout these regional centres and their surrounding rural communities.
Burson Auto Parts says the highly experienced management and staff of its Kilmore store combine multiple decades of direct involvement in the automotive parts and repair industries, ensuring that their customers are provided with the highest level of service.
Committed to supporting local automotive businesses, Burson Auto Parts Kilmore is stocked with a huge range of parts tailored to meet local repairer demand and specific rural vehicle requirements. The Kilmore store also has a fleet of Burson Auto Parts delivery vehicles to ensure prompt deliveries.
This new Burson Auto Parts store reportedly increases the already unparalleled footprint of the Bapcor Group, Australasia’s largest automotive aftermarket specialised company, further emphasising the local company’s commitment to Australia’s automotive repairers.
“Our strategic growth continues to ensure that automotive repairers have access to large stock holdings of parts, tools and the latest diagnostic equipment along with prompt and knowledgeable customer service,” Burson Trade Executive General Manager, Craig Magill, said.
“Our growth also provides new local employment opportunities ranging from store staff, delivery drivers and local store management, which is particularly important during this very challenging year for so many people.”
Burson Auto Parts now heads towards 200 stores nationwide, heralding a decade of immense strategic growth for this proudly Australian company.
Kilmore and surrounding regional area automotive repairers and service centres can contact Burson Auto Parts locally by calling 03 5742 8065 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
For more from Burson Auto Parts, visit www.burson.com.au