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Martin Williams bolsters vehicle type approvals

Martin Williams (Hull) has achieved multiple N2 & N3 Type Approvals ahead of this week's deadline date.

The company has current approvals in place for DAF, Iveco, MAN, Mercedes Benz and Mitsubishi Fuso and with more approvals in the pipeline.

Director Nick Williams said: “It has been a challenge to go for so many approvals at the same time, but we need to stay one step ahead, we have 9 complete, 5 more due this month, 6 due to complete in November and another 4 due to complete in December.”

The Yorkshire based business also won the Prestigious Bodyshop Awards Commercial Vehicle Bodyshop of the year 2014 earlier in October.

Chris Williams, director, added: “We are so proud of our achievement; it has made all the hard work and commitment in our expansion worthwhile.”

“It’s all about listening to our customers and delivering great service.” continued Nick.  “We have invested over £1M in expanding our facilities and we have also focused on our customers, training our new staff and retraining our existing staff.”

Martin Williams (Hull) Ltd is situated in Hull on a 5 acre purpose built site and has a 50,000 sq. ft. state of the art workshop facility, boasting two of the largest spray booths in Europe at 23x6x6 metres.

The booths can be segregated allowing them to throughput 4 vehicles at any one time. They have also introduced a purpose built mixing room complete housing the latest colour matching and mixing technologies.

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  • Nigel Bannister - 04/11/2014 23:45

    Great work from the team!!

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