Endsleigh has announced Auto Windscreens as its preferred vehicle glass repair and replacement provider.
Auto Windscreens’ head of ADAS, Helen Keenan has been named as one of the top 40 female automotive sector influencers at ABP (Auto Body Professionals) Club’s ‘Women of Influence’ event.
Auto Windscreens is aiming to improve road safety by adding new Ford vans with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to its UK automotive glass repair fleet.
By Rupert Armitage, managing director Auto Windscreens
Auto Windscreens has won a sole supply deal to provide windscreen repair and replacement to Derbyshire County Council.
Auto Windscreens’ Steve Abrahams was named the world’s best technician in the Large Company division of the Pilkington Clear Advantage Auto Glass Technician Competition (AGTO).
Technician Tom Barker has been named best technician in Auto Windscreens’ 2018 ‘Clearly the Best’ competition.
Glass repair and replacement firm established a carbon reduction plan and offset remaining emissions to support CO2 minimising projects around the world.
Auto Windscreens has revamped its livery with Rainbow Trust logos to heighten the charity’s exposure.
Auto Windscreens and BVRLA, the trade body for the vehicle rental and leasing industry, are joining forces for the CV Show this week at the NEC (April 24-26).
Auto Windscreens has added a Citroen Berlingo plug in electric to its fleet to serve the London area.
Auto Windscreens announced that it will be exhibiting at LAMMA 2018 for the first time due to its agricultural expansion.
Steve Abrahams clinched the silver Pilkington Clear Advantage Auto Glass Technician Competition (AGTO) medal at Auto Glass Week in Florida.
Auto Windscreens was named Large Newcomer of the Year at the North Midlands & South Yorkshire Apprentice Awards 2017, as well as receiving a special commendation in the ‘Training Provider of the Year’ category.
Auto Windscreens has announced plans to grow its apprenticeship scheme, Apprenticeship Learning Experience, by welcoming 40 new starters.
Staff from Auto Windscreens will be donning their lycra cycling shorts on Friday (July 24) to raise money and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.