FLP Group opens training centre

Refinish product manufacturer The FLP Group opened its doors to the new training centre, to train bodyshop professionals and tell them about the benefits of its products.

Centre now open to bodyshop professionals

The new training centre, based in Doncaster South Yorkshire,  provides product training and testing on a full range of brands including Kapci Coatings, IMPA, Polimax, SpecialFX, and Final Systems including Ultimate Clearcoat.

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The all-new building that houses the centre includes a substantial amount of modern hardware, including a Rowley Aero Eco Spray Booth.

Lawrie Hoare, Managing Director at FLP Group said: “The FLP Training Centre offers excellent opportunity for our customers, suppliers and partners. This investment will provide the ultimate experience for testing, demonstrating, training and showcasing our own brands as well as the products we are UK sole distributors for, like Kapci Coatings”.

“We are pleased to have INDASA and Sagola by Elcometer as partners of our training centre. Working closely together will deliver an excellent package of expertise, supported by high quality equipment providing insights and solutions for our customers and bodyshops.

“We are so proud of the new FLP training centre and can’t wait to get started welcoming our customers in for bespoke demos and training,” he concluded.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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