Autodata celebrates 40th birthday

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Autodata celebrates 40th birthday
Autodata celebrates 40th birthday

Autodata is celebrating its 40th year of business, having first been registered in 1972.

August marks the technical supplier’s 40th birthday, and the brand has taken the opportunity to re-inform technicians of its offering.

At the front of Autodata’s package is the Online 3 system, which Autodata says is now used by the majority of its subscribers.

The company is also highlighting its technical improvements service, noting that its team of 65 technicians are constantly making enhancements to the system.

Autodata Chief Executive Rod Williams said: “To be celebrating such an impressive milestone is a tremendous source of pride for the whole Autodata team. For any automotive firm to survive 40 years is notable, but to do it in the fashion we have, by growing and improving consistently each year and always keeping ahead of the competition, is a great achievement.

Williams noted that continued investment in the business will be seen over the coming year, helping Autodata to “push our business forward” in the market.

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