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Rygor Commercials open new site in Reading

Rygor Reading site

Commercial vehicle dealer group, Rygor Commercials, has announced the opening of a new branch in Reading.

Completed as part of a of £2-million investment, Rygor’s new branch is located at Unit 5, Worton Grange Industrial Park (just a two-minute drive to J11 of the M4).

The new site is located just a short way from Rygor’s existing Reading site, which will remain open until the whole team and all scheduled work moves across the new site over the next few weeks.

Sean Joyce, Rygor aftersales director, said: “At Rygor, we continually invest in our facilities and infrastructure, not just for our customers, but also to provide an exceptional working environment for our team.

“In September 2022, Rygor achieved certification as a Great Place to Work, because of our team’s feedback on how they feel about working for us. It is our mission to be a rewarding, reliable and respectful business, for our team and our customers.

“Our new site in Reading offers increased space for manoeuvrability and modern facilities, making for an even more enjoyable customer experience.

“With extended opening hours and increased workshop bays, we can provide vehicle maintenance at the most convenient times for our customers, maximising uptime, so they can keep their business on the move.”  

With 44,000 sq. ft of space, the new site’s dedicated truck workshop is able to fully maintain electric vehicles, including the FUSO eCanter, the Mercedes-Benz eEconic, and the Mercedes-Benz eActros.

It is also complete with two separate truck pits and an ATF lane, tacho facilities and extensive hard standing in the workshop area.

The site also features a specialist van workshop, with bespoke MOT lane, and a ‘fast fit’ area focusing on express maintenance such as wiper blade changes, tyre tracking and wheel changes.

John Keogh, Rygor’s managing director, said: “Our new showroom in Reading is the perfect shop window for the impressive range of traditional and electric vans, and our expert sales team continues to work with our customers, to offer forward-thinking and value-added vehicle solutions to meet their business needs.”


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