Farecla's history dates back to 1934 when Rod Hawkins started his business in North London. During the ensuing years, the company's activities have all related to the automotive trade and have included car repairs, the production of parts for major car manufacturers, the manufacture of car accessories such as seat covers, radiator blinds et, and car dealerships.

1952 was a key year in the company's history - this is when Rod Hawkins met George Fevrier, a Belgian chemist who had developed some unique formulations for compounds. A deal was subsequently concluded with Monsieur Fevrier for the exclusive world-wide rights and a range of products based on these formulations was developed for the Automotive trade. These were then marketed under the Farécla brand - Farécla being an amalgamation of French words meaning "shining" & "bright".

Today, In addition to continuing its on-going investment in research and development to create products of excellence for the automotive trade, the company is now also marketing products to meet the needs of the Marine-Industrial and consumer Car Care sectors.

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