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Selsia to showcase commercial vehicle repair expertise at CV Show

Selsia is to exhibit at the Commercial Vehicle Show at the end of April to highlight how it can help operators to reduce accident repair-related costs and increase the efficiency of their fleet.

Selsia will highlight the benefits of its commercial vehicle repair services at the CV Show

The event, which takes place at the NEC on 30th April-2nd May 2019, will see Selsia showcase how its centrally managed multi-site accident repair network can bring a range of benefits to fleets, ranging from car and van operators to fleets running HGVs and specialist-bodied vehicles.

Founded with the objectives of shortening the accident repair supply chain, reducing vehicle loss of use and removing unnecessary costs for vehicle fleet operators, Selsia works to take over the hassle and complications involved in managing accident repairs, no matter how big and diverse the fleet is.

The business runs an extensive, carefully selected, audited and approved network of accident repair centres right across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Selsia coordinates over 200 approved accident repair centres to deliver “an outstanding level of accident repair support for all of our clients”.

It also brings the benefit of being a members’ funded network, which means no management charges are passed onto clients. Clients, which include business-critical fleets and local authorities, deal directly with Selsia, which works to keep repair costs down while minimising vehicle loss of use.

The business also offers a wide range of services from accident repairs and end-of-lease inspect and repair services to the largest of commercial vehicles’ refurbishment and re-branding programmes.

For more details on how Selsia can take care of your vehicles and drivers and be a valuable partner to your business, visit stand 4C79 in the Workshop Zone at the CV Show.

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.

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