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Norbert Dentressangle wins three-year contract with Mazda

Norbert Dentressangle has won a new three-year contract with car manufacturer Mazda's UK subsidiary Mazda Motors UK Ltd. The Japanese company has appointed Norbert Dentressangle to provide distribution of automotive parts and accessories to its franchised dealerships across the UK.

Norbert Dentressangle makes collections from Mazda's parts distribution centre in Staplehurst, Kent, and delivers consignments via its national shared-user night network to approximately 170 dealers per night. Up to 3,200 modules including parcels, roll cages and large cartons are delivered every week before 8:00am the next day.

Mazda's Parts and Accessories Sales Manager, David Elphick commented: "With Norbert Dentressangle's automotive night network we can react quickly to orders of any size from our dealers. The parts are guaranteed to reach dealerships before 8:00am the next day, which in turn enables them to deliver a high level of service to their customers."

In addition, Mazda utilises Norbert Dentressangle's bespoke SHARP (Shipment Handling and Reporting Programme) technology, which allows the company to process orders electronically.
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