Euro Car Parts has launched an “intelligent repair programme” for repairers and bodyshops, which it says will enable technicians to complete minor body repairs in “rapid time”.
Through Euro Car Parts’ new intelligent repair programme, bodyshops and repairers can upgrade their workshops with the latest equipment for wheel refurbishment, windscreen and interior repair, cosmetic paint and paint-less dent work, in addition to both static and mobile spray booths.
IMI-accredited training can also be accessed, covering a complete portfolio of bodyshop-specific functions, including vehicle damage assessment.
Euro Car Parts also offers workshops the opportunity to operate their own mobile repair service, both supplying the van and training operators in the latest intelligent repair technologies.
Not only does the service enable repairers to offer additional services through minor body repairs, it also provides existing bodyshops with an effective way of reducing key-to-key times, differentiating their service.
Helen Robinson, marketing director at Euro Car Parts, said: “Over the past three to four years we’ve seen the size of average independent bodyshops becoming smaller.
“Modern vehicles are often equipped with advanced braking systems, parking sensors and lane avoidance systems, causing fewer collisions than the industry is used to.
“As a result, bodyshops are working to fixed cost models and looking for cost effective and immediate ways to return vehicles to pre-accident condition.
“Our intelligent repair programme helps forward-thinking bodyshops and repairers to repair vehicles in situ using rapid solutions at a fixed price, capturing sales under a customer’s insurance excess level.”
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