TT Automotive expands

Two new testing stations for TT Automotive
Two new testing stations for TT Automotive

Demand for TT Automotive’s remanufacturing services has grown so much in recent months that the company has been forced to expand.

Growing the workshop area by a further 37 square meters and investing in two additional diagnostic testing stations should help the company keep up with demand.

The two new testing stations, featuring Hartridge technology, will enable TT Automotive to boost its staff levels by adding two new employees, as well as increasing output by 30 units every day.

Production Manager Martin Burden commented: “This significant investment in new capital equipment will allow us to both future-proof our operations, and also scale up to meet the growing demand for remanufactured parts.

“There is a definite drive in the aftermarket towards remanufactured parts, as more and more garages and repairers recognise the benefits of an OE specification product, complete with a comprehensive warranty, at a competitive price.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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

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