Tuning company turns niche market into financial success

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The new branch in Kingston will service West London
The new branch in Kingston will service West London

Tuning and modifying used to be one of the biggest motoring money-spinners, but in recent months the trade has dropped off. For one tuning company though, business is still booming.

Tuning specialists AmD Tuning have done so well from the trade, they’ve chosen to expand business, opening a new branch in Kingston upon Thames.

The company says the new branch will service West London, Surrey, and other routes close to the M25, M3 and M4.

AmD specialises in tuning operations, but also offers services in alignment, diagnostics and servicing, suspension fitting and full remapping.

Alongside the new branch, AmD has also announced that a third outlet, based in Kent is due to open shortly, further widening the company’s business influence.

Published by Darrenmoss

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

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