C&C Vehicle Services has launched a new accident repair branch in Wolverhampton, marking its expansion into the West Midlands.
Situated close to junction two of the M54, the new site offers a workshop which is 6,000ft² larger that the company’s existing facility in Oldham, and brings 30 working areas for everything from minor body repairs on vans, trucks, trailers, buses and coaches, to chassis re-alignment and major accident damage. It also features one acre of parking for customer and staff vehicles.
The opening of the new facility comes 12 months after former operations director Mark Newnes led a management buyout of the business which resulted in Adam Nanyn reinvesting in the company to become commercial director.
Newnes, now managing director, said: “Expanding into the Midlands marks the first stage in an ambitious growth project to take C&C from an established regional player into a national one. The business has a long history of trading with some of the biggest accident management companies and national fleets, which ensured we had a commitment to cover additional postcodes from day one.”
Both C&C sites operate their own recovery fleets, enabling the firm to offer a collection and delivery service for even the most badly damaged light and heavy vehicles.