The announcement read:
"Multipart Supply Chain Solutions (MSCS) has secured a five-year contract to provide worldwide aftermarket parts support to TVR, the exclusive automotive company that's been synonymous with producing some the world's most exhilarating sports cars for some 60 years.
"This exciting partnership covers a wide range of logistics services, including warehousing, distribution, inventory management, demand forecasting, product management, sales order processing and order fulfilment. TVR and Multipart are also discussing opportunitues for Multipart to provide line-feed into TVR's forthcoming new production operation.
"Chris Gateley, Managing Director of MSCS said: "We are delighted that TVR has chosen Multipart as its partner to service the aftermarket. We will be working to effect service improvements for its customers, enhancing the value associated with this very prestigious brand."
""The broad range of skills and disciplines that we bring will help TVR to provide a quality service to its dealers and customers, strengthening the TVR brand and preparing the ground for production of these wonderful sports cars to recommence," said Gateley.
"David Oxley, TVR's Managing Director said: "Multipart has a proven track-record in the automotive aftermarket, and they have an excellent understanding of our business. They have worked closely with us during these changing times, and their responsiveness and expertise have provided us with the confidence that they are the right partner for TVR.""
Quite where this leaves the TVR Power deal announced last year to provide a similar service we do not know. The Club can confirm that this was originally announced at last month's Dealers meeting and we are hoping that the other aspects of that meeting might soon be cleared for release.
The TVR Car Club