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Revive continues expansion with more mobile technicians

Revive Anthony Frampton and Mark Llewellyn

Revive has expanded its mobile sales team, known as its ‘mobile flying squad’ with two more technicians.

The smart repair company stated that the volume of its national accounts work ‘continues to soar’, making the appointments necessary.

Maidstone based Thomas Harrison joins the team, covering the area from Rugby to Kent.

Anthony Frampton, from Darlington, will support franchisees working from Rugby to the North East.

Both are fully accredited smart repairers with more than 12 years’ experience of the bodyshop industry between them.

Mark Llewellyn, Revive’s managing director, said: “We have built our reputation on delivering fast, top quality service to our customers.  As a result, demand from our national accounts customers has gone through the roof.

“It’s important that we always have enough technicians available to carry out this work which is why we established our team of head office managed technicians to act as a flying squad to support the network at busy times and cover for holidays.”



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