ATS Euromaster MOT stations to hit 100 by year end

Nationwide fast-fit chain ATS Euromaster says it is on target to increase the number of 
centres performing MOTs by 20% to 100 centres before the end of 2010,
 with a similar increase planned for 2011.

The drive to install new MOT test bays is part of a strategic move to offer additional service, maintenance and repair facilities for the fleet
 sector and private motorists.

Huw Williams, marketing director at ATS Euromaster, said: “Expanding 
our MOT coverage is a natural step forward for the business.  The increase in
 the number of company vehicles being kept beyond three years means many more
 businesses are now requiring MOTs for their fleet.


The growth of the MOT side of the business comes after a significant investment this year
 and the introduction of Bosch diagnostic equipment across the  network.

ATS has also introduced air-conditioning servicing at 11 of its
centres on a trial basis in 2010.  If it proves popular, it will be
 rolled out across the network during 2011.

Published by emmabutcher

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