H.R. Owen repair arm wins full Rolls-Royce structural aluminium accreditation

H.R. Owen repair arm wins full Rolls-Royce structural aluminium accreditation

H.R. OWEN’s repair arm has been granted full structural aluminium accreditation by Rolls-Royce.

Bodytechnics – a state-of-the-art bodyshop in Slough that carries out everything from minor paint jobs to full structural rebuilds for luxury vehicles – is now one of just eight businesses in Europe to have been granted the accreditation, reaffirming its status in the high-end car bodyshop market.

Staff underwent a rigorous training programme to prepare for the audit, travelling to Sweden and Germany to pass the strict examinations.

The bodyshop has official, long-standing relationships with exclusive brands including Ferrari, Maserati, McLaren, Aston Martin, Jaguar Land Rover and Tesla, and the addition of Rolls-Royce is timely, with the new Phantom set to arrive later this year.

Adam Thurman, H.R. Owen Group bodyshop manager, said: ‘We have the highest-trained technicians and the best facilities in the UK, making us a perfect fit for a bespoke, high-end manufacturer like Rolls-Royce.

‘Our talented staff work tirelessly to show the H.R. Owen difference with every repair – understanding clients’ needs and taking the care that is expected on the finest cars in the world.

‘From the collection in our bespoke covered transports, through the repair process with our customer support team, to the final handover, all of our clients’ needs are met in detail with discretion.

‘We pride ourselves on taking the stress out of what is a frustrating time at best for car owners, and we’re delighted to offer Rolls-Royce owners our unrivalled treatment.’

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