Autologic gains ITM recognition

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Autologic diagnostic equipment
Autologic diagnostic equipment

The Institute of Transport Management has awarded Autologic Diagnostics Ltd the title of “Best Automotive Diagnostic Systems 2011″.

The ITM says that in the current climate more drivers are opting to keep their current vehicles running for as long as possible before moving on – and that means garages and fleet managers are having to invest in more ingenious diagnostic solutions than ever before.

Autologic Diagnostics was formed in 1999 to develop a diagnostic product for the Land Rover brand. Since then it has grown to develop similar products for a whole range of premium manufacturers.

The company specialises in providing technical support to its customers, with support available 24 hours a day online.

Patrick Sheedy, ITM PR director said: “This award recognises the company’s continuing success in a difficult market place. Autologic has, since its inception, been perfecting its diagnostic equipment, an activity vital to the automotive aftermarket industry.

“Through the company’s excellent levels of service and innovation, it is clear that it can only continue to go from strength to strength.”

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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