Sytner BMW and Mini in Tamworth will open its new stage one bodyshop in November and it will feature Spraybooth Technology Limited (STL) for non-structural body repairs and painted alloy wheels.
The new bodyshop will feature three spraybooths.
Simon Woodford, Sytner BMW division bodyshop development manager, said: "The launch of our flagship Tamworth BMW Stage One repair facility gave us an opportunity to take a fresh look at how we manage our work and to equip our bodyshop accordingly."
The BMW standard requires one BMW approved spraybooth at each of its Stage One sites, but with its collision repair business growing rapidly, Woodford and his team took the decision to issue a tender for two spraybooths, which STL won.
The alloy spray booth will be able to finish between 15 and 20 wheels a day, freeing up space for the new bodyshop to focus on non-structural repairs in the other booths.