The latest from the fleet industry including Severn Trent adding 19 new Hyundai Konas to its fleet and Alphabet forming a partnership with SG Fleet.
National Windscreens is continuing to expand its national network with two new purpose-designed workshops in Sheffield and Chelmsford.
National Windscreens has expanded its training school network, with the opening of a new training centre in Peterborough.
National Windscreens has been awarded the contract for windscreen repair, replacement and ADAS calibration on the 5,000-vehicle fleet run by Addison Lee Group.
Thatcham Research is urging the industry to collaborate to ensure the safe calibration of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
National Windscreens has launched a new scheme to provide fleets with the latest insight they need to react effectively to fast-changing vehicle technology.
National Windscreens has supported 14 more technicians as they qualify to national ADAS calibration industry standards at fitting centres in Scotland and Cumbria.
The new centre is due to open on September 1 and forms part of National Windscreens UK network of 108 fitting and calibration centres.
Growth and an increasing numbers of windscreen variations has seen National Windscreens open a new £1 million regional distribution centre in Peterborough.
National Windscreens has taken a role in a new European-wide initiative to create higher standards for calibration of windscreen-mounted cameras used in ADAS.
National Windscreens has strengthened its development programme with the appointment of Colin McIntosh as training and compliance manager in Scotland.
National Windscreens has retained preferred supplier status with fleet management company ARI Fleet UK which has renewed its contract for a further four years.
National Windscreens has opened a fitting and calibration centre in Bangor, continuing its North Wales expansion.
National Windscreens celebrates ‘phenomenal growth’ and launches recruitment drive
A report from Asphalt Industry Alliance (AIA) has warned that potholes on UK roads could cause windscreen damage.
Technicians at National Windscreens have become the first in the country to achieve advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) qualifications from awarding organisation GQA Qualifications.
National Windscreens has strengthened its board of directors with the appointment of John Smallman.
Lisa Pugh has been appointed director of insurance business development at automotive glazing and calibration specialist National Windscreens.
National Windscreens has appointed Alistair Carlton as technical manager to further strengthen the company’s role in meeting the needs of new technologies.
National Windscreens will be using a new glass bonding adhesive from Dow Automotive Systems – ensuring motorists can drive away after only 30 minutes with both their windscreen replaced and calibration work completed to required safety standards.
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