National Windscreens’ first super centre is scheduled to open in Slough, United Kingdom in April. It will showcase a series of new initiatives on continual improvement of customer experience and adapting to rapid changes in the automotive market, a company statement says. The increasing use of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) technology drove the development of the Slough Super Centre, as well as the demand for calibration services.
National Windscreens’ regional managing director Mark Payne says in the company statement that his company is the first in the sector “to offer a bespoke fitting and calibration centre with customer hot desks plus eight fitting bays with dedicated ADAS hardware,” he says in the statement. The company’s first initiative for trial is fully electric courtesy vehicles.