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National Windscreens bags contract with Tesco Underwriting

National Windscreens has been appointed the preferred vehicle glass repair and replacement supplier for the motoring insurance clients of Tesco Underwriting.

Tesco Underwriting is the latest household name to appoint National Windscreens, an independently owned company that achieved substantial growth last year and is on track to exceed expansion targets again in this financial year.

Geoff Carter, chief executive officer of Tesco Underwriting, said: “We have appointed National Windscreens as our preferred supplier based on their excellent customer service and proven track record in working with major insurers that will ultimately benefit our customers.”

Now established as the second largest organisation in the automotive glazing sector, it has announced its ‘Clear Vision’ business strategy to become established as the UK number one provider of vehicle glass replacement and repair services.

National Windscreens’ insurance sales director Rob Stevens said: “National Windscreens has a highly successful and proven commercial approach to working with insurance providers.

“Our primary aim is to ensure that we remain in an ideal position for the control of costs, delivery of excellent service and provision of regular and accurate management information.”

Tesco Underwriting customers will be able to access National Windscreens’ services across the whole of the UK and Europe by calling its UK based call centre at any time of the day or night, 365 days a year.

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