GlasGarage joins The Automotive Glass Professionals alliance

National Windscreens’ customers can now receive the same quality of service that they would expect in the UK when they are driving in Holland thanks to the latest addition to The Automotive Glass Professionals network; Dutch company, GlasGarage.

The Automotive Glass Professionals is a close alliance of like-minded national automotive glass replacement and repair companies that offers its services throughout Europe.GlasGarage, the brightly branded company based in The Netherlands, joins nine other European companies that have been carefully selected for their ethos and quality of service.

“We are very pleased to welcome a new partner from The Netherlands”, says Pim de Ridder, Managing Director of The Automotive Glass Professionals. “GlasGarage includes 120 fitting stations, making it the largest branch network in this country. The recent steps to improve its branding are very successful and the group will certainly give an extra boost to our consortium.”

Emil Voorhorst, founder and CEO of GlasGarage, states, “Within The Automotive Glass Professionals we found like-minded partners, with major positions in the national markets. Joining them fits perfectly in our strategy to be well prepared for the future as important specialists in automotive glass replacement and repair.”

National Windscreens is a founding member of The Automotive Glass Professionals network which started in 2009. The network now includes over 1,200 branches and around 2,300 mobile units that operate in 10 European countries.

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600450 GlasGarage joins The Automotive Glass Professionals alliance
Date: 18 February 2013

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