National Windscreens has opened a fitting and calibration centre in Bangor, continuing its North Wales expansion.
The opening of a centre in Bangor is part of a £2 million investment, helping to establish the brand further and meet rising demand for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in vehicles.
The opening on the Llandygai Industrial Estate has created four new jobs so far with David Jones taking the helm as centre manager, Stuart Clowes and Gareth Hughes as mobile automotive glazing technicians and Mathew Jones as trainee technician.
National Windscreens’ regional director John Smallman said: “We have very much wanted to open a new fitting centre in Bangor for a while but getting the right staff and the right unit in the right location was vital.
“As a company we have always serviced our customers in North Wales from our Oswestry fitting centre but due to the large area we cover and the rural setting it makes much more sense to have a dedicated fitting centre at the heart of North Wales.”
National Windscreens’ managing director Pete Marsden said: “I am delighted that we now have a local presence in North Wales as the rural nature of Gwynedd will make this fitting and calibration centre much more convenient for motorists living in the area and the many that enjoy holidays there, as well as creating new jobs in the area.”
Pictured: National Windscreens regional director John Smallman (left) and co-owner James Morgan.