National Windscreens Re-Invests in Company Due to Higher Demand

The Nottingham, U.K., team outside the upgraded AGRR center.

The Nottingham, U.K., team outside the upgraded AGRR center.

A 20-percent increase in AGRR demand in the Midlands region of the United Kingdom over the past two years has driven National Windscreens to invest in new vans and upgrade its Nottingham repair and replacement center.

The company has ordered 34 new Ford Transit vans that will be distributed between 14 regional centers, starting September 2014.

The new vans will include speed limiters set at 70 mph to help reduce fuel costs.

The Nottingham service center investment was designed to help lower the buildings running costs and improve customer experience.

“The Nottingham center is one of our leading service centers within the East Midlands region—we wanted to maximize its potential to boost productivity for the benefit of our customer,” says Adrian Miller, National Windscreens director. “The car park now offers our customers a secure place to leave their vehicles prior to AGRR jobs, allowing them to drop the vehicle off and collect it at a time convenient to them.”

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