As a result of their impressive performance restoring and emissions reducing credentials, more than 42,000 vehicles have been treated to date, contributing to a budget-less incremental profit source for workshops offering the decontaminating treatment.
A unique business approach allows garages to use EDT machines, without any capital outlay.
EDT’s Managing Director, David Holmes said it’s this “vending machine concept” that’s proving so popular.
“The capabilities of our machines are widely known and accepted,” he explained.
“With this in mind, we now want to ensure that garage owners are also aware that we offer our machines on a pay-as-you-go basis, eliminating any financial risk.
“We aim to get our partner garages into profit within two months of installation and training.”
One of the latest garages to join the EDT network, Hardings Garage in Preston was so impressed with the technology and profit opportunities during its trial of the engine decontamination machine that it undertook a two-year contract with EDT Automotive.
Hardings Garage owner, Steven Cumming said: “It’s the same with all new pieces of equipment, you don’t know if it’s a gimmick but we were soon sold on the EDT machine.
“Now, we’re completely convinced.
“Every single customer has commented on the difference it has made to the drive-ability of their car.”
David added: “There’s not many products in the market that you can use without the burden of investing a large cost at the beginning.
“With our EDT machines, you will receive instant payback as soon as you go live.”
EDT Automotive says it also provides full support to garages to ensure they take advantage of all of the opportunities the technology has to offer, including training, marketing literature, signage and machine maintenance.
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