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VW expands van centre and authorised repairer network further

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has expanded its van centre and authorised repairer network with the addition of two new sites and enhanced facilities.

The two new sites in Perth and Tewkesbury are part of a total of 30 authorised repairers and 66 van centres in the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles network

The two new sites in Perth and Tewkesbury, part of a total of 30 authorised repairers and 66 van centres, provide customers in these areas with a full range of maintenance and repair services.

Located on the A9 on the edge of Perth, family-run firm Auto Services Perth offers repairs for both petrol and diesel engines, and more recently for electric vehicles; the company has installed EV chargers on site, which will prove crucial for customers of the Volkswagen ABT eTransporter.

It has 15 service ramps in total – two of which are dedicated solely to Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.

The other new addition is Arthur Spriggs in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire; again family-run and one of the UK’s leading providers of commercial vehicle service and repair solutions.

Arthur Spriggs Tewkesbury will be able to help customers with MOT tests and a full range of authorised service and repair work. It has a newly refurbished workshop offering six ramps and Class 7 MOT tests.

Both firms offer extended opening hours and Perth is looking to move to a full 24-hour operation.

In addition, Breeze Motor Group has restructured its Volkswagen Commercial Vehicle sites in a move to maximise opportunity on the south coast. As part of this, the Southampton van centre is now an authorised repairer with an approved used van offering while the Portsmouth authorised repairer has now expanded to a full van centre and Poole remains a full van centre.

In addition, Cordwallis Van Service Eynsham will relocate to a new facility in Bicester. This purpose-built site will represent Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles as an authorised repairer with approved used.

 

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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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