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Monthly Archives: November 2012

  • The Weekly Roundup

    If you’re an automotive body sprayer you may want to take a look at our top story for this week and admire the psychedelic paint job on this McLaren supercar, making it the fastest piece of moving art on wheels. There’s also plenty of informative news from all parts of...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    In this week’s roundup our top story is by Automotive Management Online, which has announced the launch of a new tool designed to help identify body repair upsell opportunities for service vehicles. See our top story plus other recent automotive news below: AM Online: Product aimed at boosting aftersales business...
  • Lift Engineer Scheme Goes From Strength to Strength

    The Garage Equipment Association's Vehicle Lift Engineer accreditation scheme is well into its 3rd year renewal stage.  There are currently around 300 accredited engineers and assessments are constantly fully booked.  The scheme, which involves an exam to test Garage Equipment engineers' competency when installing, inspecting, and maintaining vehicle lifts has proved extremely...
  • Funding Available

    Estimates following the news this week that the Dutch major leasing bank ING is to pull out of the UK, suggest that their withdrawal could leave a £1 Billion "financial hole" in the UK funding market.  This year, 31% of total investment in new machinery and equipment has been paid for...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    As we enter the Winter season, the automotive industry is set to discover some chilling news – AutoExpress has learned from the Department for Transport that it will be required under EU Law to test electronic stability control systems from next year, potentially costing customers thousands more on their MOT...

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