Evolution Car Parts History
Established in 2011 by entrepreneur Sab Topcu, initially operating from a modest garage warehouse in Greenwich, West London.
The company grew rapidly during the next four years and the turnover was 10 folded.
In 2015 Evolution Car parts moved to a 6,000sq ft depot and a computerised operating system was implemented to provide fast, efficient and reliable service to our customers.
In 2018 the company moved to its current warehouse which has 18,000sq ft stocking capacity. The same year Evolution established buying offices and alliances in Germany and Turkey, enhancing the companies supply chain for uninterrupted flow of parts stock.
Evolutions mission is to become a leading brand in the UK automotive aftermarket parts industry by establishing a reputation for supplying “The Highest quality parts & components at Affordable prices“.
Today we hold more than 10,000 items in stock in our state of the art UK warehouse and operating systems.
Agile in adopting the latest technological advances in evolving aftermarket industries , Evolution is committed to provide a Total satisfaction to its customers.
Our Key Members
CHAIRMEN/FOUNDER - BOARD MEMBER
An entrepreneur with 3 businesses under his belt, Sabit Topcu has been leading Evolution Parts Group since its inception . A self-made businessman, he turned his practical expertise in automotive field into a successful business opportunity. With 20 years of experience in the industry , Sabit’s never ending energy and enthusiasm is behind the Evolution group’s success . As a Freeman of the City of London, he is also involved with a variety of charitable organisations.
A computer genius and entrepreneur specialised and developed various Computerised applications for wide range of operations. Expert in AI, autonomous systems and machine learning technologies . Co-Founder of Faster Stores Software Solutions Consultancy and Data Science Ltd, where the company also developpes and runs Evolution’s fully computerised operation and systems . Mehmet has various inventions and owns numerous patents in computer related fields.
With over 30 years of experience in the automotive sector, Sinan held various senior managerial roles in the UK and Europe. He was an Executive Board Member (TAM Durabus, Slovenia) prior to that the General Manager of UKOperations (BMC). Sinan played a pivotal role in developing BMC’s export sales ( £100 m in 2013) via world-wide JVs’ and distribution networks. In 2012, he was nominated for the Most Successful Anglo-Turkish Professional based in the UK by Biznet Magazine.
Awais is a qualified Chartered accountant with nearly 20 years of experience in the financial sector. He worked with one of the leading UK accountancy firms while obtaining his FCCA. He has been working with Sab in his various businesses since 2003 . is in charge of the businesses under Evolution. He joined the Executive Committee of Evolution Group as a board member in 2018 and has been sharing his financial wisdom with the company since his appointment. Awais also manages all the accountants that work under the company.
Head of Operations
Scott started his long-standing career in the automotive sector in 1980’s in Vauxhall. In the 1990’s, he moved to courier industry where he worked for several companies including TNT. It was during this era that the significant market growth was witnessed in Logistics , where Scott excelled and gained invaluable experience. Scott was involved in logistics services for many UK companies including The Times, Sunday Times and SKY TV. He eventually settled as Director of Operations for Esprit Executive Couriers, Esprit International and Esprit Contract Services. Scott and Sab’s longstanding friendship led them to co-found ‘Solaris Automotive Limited’ in 2013; under the Evolution group’s umbrella. Currently Heading Operations at the Evolution and Solaris Group, Scott brings a wealth of experience in various management disciplines including Logistics, Operations and General Management. Scott is a qualified ‘licensed London Black Taxi Driver’, a registered ‘Worshipful Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers ‘London Tour Guide’.