EUROREPAR STRIKES DEAL WITH THE IMI

A Eurorepar workshop

Soft-franchise workshop chain Eurorepar has struck a deal with the Institute of the Motor Industry to offer IMI members the ability to join the network at a discounted rate. with the first three months at no charge.

The Eurorepar  network is operated by Stellantis Group – a  company formed by the merger of Groupe PSA and FCA Group. The network comprises of a mixture of independent garages, MOT test stations, authorised repairers and franchised dealers.

READ: EUROREPAR LAUNCHES PAYMENT PLAN

Julian Jack, Membership Manager at the IMI, added: “We’re delighted to be working with Eurorepar Car Service. With our like-minded goals there are real advantages in this partnership for aftermarket practitioners. The importance of training and personal development has never been greater, and the IMI provides a wealth of resources to help individuals future-proof their careers. We’re also delighted to give IMI members access to the Eurorepar Car Service network to tap into the business growth opportunities it offers.”

 

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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