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AutoManagement moves

ACCIDENT management company AutoManagement has moved to new, larger premises - first evidence of investment in the company by new owners Evans Halshaw Vehicle Management Services.

The Peterborough-based company has moved across the city to become the first occupants of Bretton Business Centre. The new offices were officially opened by former Peterborough MP and now MP for Cambridgeshire North West Brian Mawhinney, who is also chairman of the Conservative Party.

The company currently employs around 20 people and plans to recruit a further 10 in the company year as business expands and new products and services are launched. AutoManagement manages more than 50,000 vehicles and handles around 1,200 incidents a month. Repairs are carried out through a network of 170 bodyshops.

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