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AutoRestore expands workforce

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AutoRestore is expanding its workforce with the recruitment of a further 50 technicians.

Most of the fixed site clients the business inherited through the acquisition of ADR last November have now tried AutoRestore’s mobile service and truly embraced it, driving demand for more technicians.

In addition to serving more existing customers on a mobile basis, AutoRestore has signed contracts with five new clients over the summer on the back of its combined fixed site/mobile proposition and is about to conclude a further a major new deal.

Candidates will be competing for a package which includes in-house ATA training and qualification, the career development and security of working for a Belron Company plus an OTE of more than £40K.

Chris Eldridge, managing director of AutoRestore, said: “It is clear that our clients want an integrated mobile and fixed site solution that delivers a brand experience for their customers comparable to what they experience in other areas of their lives.

“We have taken the hassle and complexity out of processing repairs and made life simple and satisfying for the end user – all of which means more repairs and therefore more technicians.”

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