ATS Euromaster Aston gets £250,000 overhaul

Commercial Motor
January 12, 2017

ATS Euromaster has invested approximately £250,000 upgrading its truck service centre in Aston. The facility on the Windsor Industrial Estate, Rupert Street, Birmingham, will provide on-site and off-site truck servicing from mobile service vans.

It will act as ATS Euromaster’s academy for trainee technicians and as a training centre for new expert technicians.The 22,000ft2 site, which has storage capacity for more than 500 truck tyres and 700 van and car tyres, is half a mile from its head office and close to the M5, M6 and M42.

ATS Euromaster operations director (comprehensive) Rachel McMullen said: “The upgraded Aston Truck service centre will allow us to continue to provide the highest standards of service, right on our own doorstep. In addition to serving numerous truck customers in the haulage hotbed of the Midlands, we can train the next generation of expert technicians on the full range of ATS Euromaster services in one convenient location.”

. Meanwhile, Widnes-based chemical haulier Gussion Transport said that since implementing a Euromaster MasterCare tyre management programme and switching from a budget tyre policy to fitting Michelin X MultiWay 3D regional tyres since 2015 its tyre bill has reduced by approximately 30%.

This article was published in the 12 January issue of Commercial Motor. Why not subscribe to get 12 issues for just £12?

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