Repairify expands Luton technical centre of excellence to meet high demand for advanced auto electric repairs
Following the creation of its Luton-based technical centre of excellence in November 2022, Repairify is expanding its workshop operation with the appointment of two new technicians to meet the growing local demand for advanced auto electric repairs as well as expert training and support for bodyshops that are not equipped to undertake complex vehicle diagnostic and calibration services.
Since its inception, the workshop has been extremely busy assisting repairers with jobs they have been unable to solve due to their complexity. As a result, lead technician Lewis Childs has been tasked with helping to establish a new venture for Repairify in Australia to ensure it employs technicians with the same advanced skills and that is of the same high calibre to meet Repairify’s exacting standards to support repairers in Australia.
In the UK, the two new technicians are Richard Davis, who held a workshop manager role at an independent Mercedes specialist, and Toby Anderson, who joins from his previous role in vehicle inspection. Both experienced technicians will bring a variety of skills into the Repairify workshop.
Rob Neale, operations and workshop manager for Repairify, says, “In only a year, our workshop has established itself as a specialist technical centre able to identify and tackle many major jobs that other repairers have been unable to fix due to their complexity. We’re confident Richard and Toby will enhance our expert team by excelling in their fields, delivering the same high standards and exceptional levels of expertise that have enabled Repairify to be at the forefront of innovation in the area of auto electric repairs.”