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Dun-Bri Yorkshire welcomes the Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls MP

The Dun-Bri Group’s plan to further expand and develop its regional sales coverage, with more locally-based centres, met the approval of the , , during a recent visit.

Following an impromptu news interview with the BBC regarding a statement from the IMF about the housing market in the United Kingdom, Mr Balls was given a guided tour of Dun-Bri Yorkshire, the company’s regional facility in Wakefield by the group managing director, , accompanied by the team at the branch.

The building, on the Wakefield 41 Industrial Estate, acts as a trade counter and distribution hub for its ever expanding customer base of commercial vehicle lighting and auto-electrical products in the North and North-East of England.

During the visit which lasted for more than an hour, the MP for Morley & Outwood, showed an interest in the range of products offered by Dun-Bri; its services and plans to expand its day-to-day operations in Yorkshire; as well as on a variety of other matters including family life and anecdotes of his own experiences.

Mr Strath said:

“We are delighted to have welcomed Ed to Dun-Bri Yorkshire.

“It has been a real boost to the team to be given the opportunity to talk to him about what we’re about, who we deal with and why we are here.

“He showed a genuine interest in us, not just as a business but as people as well.”

First established in 1989, the group is the United Kingdom’s leading and only specialist distributor of commercial vehicle lighting and auto-electrical products with a range of over 9,000 different items available across the country on a next day basis.

The company will be recruiting again for staff in the near future and speculative applications can now be made at www.dun-bri-jobs.co..

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Andrew Strath (left) and Ed Balls MP

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