Nationwide Windscreen awarded three-year contract with Lex Autolease

Date: 30 January 2012
Nationwide Windscreen Services will supply automotive glass repair and replacement services to Lex Autolease customers under a three year agreement.

Steve Chandler, SMR supplier network manager at Lex Autolease, said: “Following the demise of our previous supplier in February 2011 we were pleased to work with a number of suppliers including Nationwide Windscreen Services who, throughout a difficult time for us, demonstrated a complete commitment to Lex Autolease and our customers.

“It rapidly became clear that excellent service delivery was at the heart of their operation and this, together with their obvious desire to accommodate our needs within the shortest of timescales, led to them being invited to formally tender for our business.

“That process served to reinforce our initial views and we are pleased to award a portion of our business to Nationwide Windscreen Services for the next three years”.

Stuart Sole, managing director at NWS, added: “We have worked very hard to demonstrate that our business is at the forefront of excellent service delivery and customer care.”

600450 Nationwide Windscreen awarded three-year contract with Lex Autolease
Date: 30 January 2012

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