Publish Date: 1st August 2018
Jim Bertram, General Manager at Trade Centre UK in Wednesbury receives sponsorship of ¬£1000 from the UK‚Äôs fastest growing used car retailer, The Trade Centre UK. The Brathay 262 is an ultra distance cycling event that involves 10 laps of Windermere, England's largest lake, in 24 hours. Jim had originally signed up to cycle Brathay 262 miles in a group, but when he realised that he was unable to make the date to join his team he was determined to do it solo. After over 20 hours of cycling, Jim completed the cycle at 02:03am on the 13th of July. Starting with a target of ¬£1250 Jim has managed to soar way beyond this, having collected almost ¬£3000, a third of that coming from Trade Centre UK.
Publish Date: 4th May 2017
We take five with the new general manager of The Trade Centre UK, Jim Bertram, to find out what‚Äôs exciting him most about the new superstore, his favourite car and his similarities with Robert Carlisle.
Publish Date: 1st May 2017
After spending months perfecting the three-point turn, learning how to perform the dreaded parallel park, and reciting ‚Äúmirror, signal, manoeuvre‚ÄĚ over and over again, finally swapping your green licence for a pink one is an exciting milestone. Now you‚Äôre tasked with finding the perfect first car, which can be a confusing experience for experienced drivers, let alone new drivers. To help take some of the stress away, here are a few key things to bear in mind when purchasing your first used car.
Publish Date: 14th April 2017
The Trade Centre UK is launching a new community initiative in the West Midlands following the opening of its new 12-acre site in Wednesbury. The car superstore, which also has three outlets in south Wales, is looking for local sports organisations and clubs to partner with as part of its Kit Club programme.
Publish Date: 12th April 2017
The Trade Centre UK is gearing up to open its doors to customers in the West Midlands for the first time on Easter weekend. The group‚Äôs first car superstore in England will open its 12-acre site on Darlaston Road, in Wednesbury, on 14 April 2017, with 1,500 used cars on display.