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Cunningham Lindsey launches fleet repair

Cunningham Lindsey has launched a motor repair network for the fleet market which includes access to
80 repair centres across the UK.

The launch of the service follows a restricted trial during which around 150 repairs were undertaken to
test the repairers' quality control and management systems.

A further 20 repair centres are undergoing an audit to join the programme. To join, they must meet strict
technical requirements and hold PAS125 certification as well as undergo a full financial and data security
audit.

Colin Morris, Cunningham Lindsey network repair manager and head of the motor solutions initiative,
said: “The motor industry is full of repairers who operate without the checks and measures that provide
consistent and assured results.

"To form our national network we’ve carefully selected companies who we know, from experience, use the correct techniques and methodology and the right costs. We’re aiming to raise standards and integrity in the accident management arena.”

Cunningham Lindsey is supporting the service with an indemnity fund, which guarantees the repairers’
work for five years.
 


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