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ATS Euromaster opens new service centre in Wrexham

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ATS Euromaster has invested more than £350,000 opening a brand new service centre in Wrexham, North Wales.

It is equipped to support all vehicle types including cars, vans, trucks, industrial equipment and agricultural machinery.

Located on Mold Road and directly opposite Wrexham FC, the new 7,500 sq ft site replaces the company’s previous centre on Dolydd Road.

The flagship facility offers an extended range of services for businesses and private motorists.

As well as traditional tyre and fast-fit work, skilled technicians can carry out vehicle health checks, fault diagnostics and scheduled maintenance servicing on all models of cars and vans.

Brand new vehicle ramps capable of accommodating long-wheelbase high-roof panel vans also allow staff to fully meet the needs of light commercial vehicle customers – including carrying out Class IV and Class VII MoTs.

Peter Tye, ATS Euromaster’s group operations director for retail, said: “We have an expert team in Wrexham and a very loyal customer base, but our previous site was restricting our ability to grow and we wanted to enhance the experience for our customers.

“This investment has enabled us to design a centre which fits perfectly with our increased focus on vehicle servicing and maintenance. We’re also confident our new-look reception area, with free Wi-Fi for all customers, is one of the best in the business.”

The centre is also home to a fleet of service vans which can be booked by business customers for routine tyre replacements. Mobile service vans are also on standby 24/7 to provide a roadside rapid response service to commercial vehicle operators, in the event of a tyre-related breakdown.

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