NEW HOME FOR ABSOLUTE ALIGNMENT

Tyre bay equipment brand Absolute Alignment new head office located in Aldershot, Hampshire.

The new site is equipped with a training area featuring a two-post lift, a dedicated build area – to calibrate and test equipment before dispatch and delivery, a main office area and a storage area.

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The training area, which is also used as an active workshop for the firm’s own vehicles, is a

New site has ADAS demo room

vailable for new customers to learn about the latest in wheel alignment and ADAS technology.

Chris Dear, Absolute Alignment’s Technical Director, said, “We are proud to officially open our new multi-purpose head office, welcoming new and long-term customers to Aldershot for demonstration and training sessions.

“As the business has grown over the last ten years, so has the demand for demonstrations of all our wheel aligners. Although we still offer demonstrations at customer workshops, in some cases it’s more practical and beneficial for the customer to be able to come to us, where they can view our full product range and speak to numerous members of the team for expert advice.”

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