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Nationwide continues expansion

Nationwide Autocentres is on the way to reaching its expansion goals with the acquisition of two new service centres in Bristol and Bedfordshire for an undisclosed cash sum.

In Bristol, Nationwide has acquired QAS located in Filton, a modern centre which includes Class 4 and Class 7 MoT stations and a team of technicians led by centre manager, Paul Freeman.

And, in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, Nationwide has acquired Fastfit, a fully fitted centre on the high street. Their teams of five technicians, led by centre manager, Nick Bevan, also transfer over as Nationwide employees.

Duncan Wilkes, CEO of Nationwide Autocentres, said: “Our two new centres in Bristol and Dunstable follow hot on the heels of the opening of our brand new centre in Gateshead.

“We have an ambitious expansion programme, aiming to reach at least the 230 centre mark over the next 12 months and cementing our place as the UK’s leading independent MoT and service providers. By extending our geographical spread we can offer quality repairs and value for money to more motorists then ever before.”

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