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Peninsula BM Now Has A New Official Home

Peninsula BM Now Has A New Official Home

Here is an update on what we have been up to in these past 2 years. Covid 19 slowed things down a little but we still had plenty of work to complete.

Just over 12 months ago our old building was knocked down and used for scrap metal. We operated out of that factory for around 25 years! It was a sad day, but at the same time we were happy to see the end of an era.

Here are a few pictures of the building getting demolished.

We were finally able to say we have officially moved all of our stock into the new factory. Everything now has a home. From wheels, seats, control arms, right through to our doors, sill covers and everything in between.

We have already had to expand our new parts. Once we moved our stock in, we discovered we didn't have enough room to fit it all. It also looks like we might need to expand again soon!

Our dismantling factory is now fully operational. Since moving in approximately 18 months ago, we have already wrecked over 150 cars! Our engines, gearboxes & diffs are all drained of their fluids, labeled and placed into a designated location on the rack. This gives us the ability to have your parts dispatched the same day you order your part.

We have just had an exciting week as our car racking has just been installed. We couldn't be happier with the end result. A quick shout out to the team at "Safer Storage Systems" for the magnificent job!

So if you haven't seen our new site yet, be sure to stop in and have a look! We would be more then happy to give you a look around.
We would also like to thank our customers for all the support throughout the past. We appreciate your ongoing business and we look forward to giving you an even better service in the future.

Make sure to follow the process on our Facebook or right here on our website.

www.facebook.com/PeninsulaBm

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