Auto Windscreens’ fleet manager, Andy Gray, recently was recognized for his bravery in saving a drowning man from death. The incident occurred in the River Rother at Somersall Park, Chesterfield, in April 2010.
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UNITED KINGDOM — Auto Windscreens’ Fleet Manager Rewarded for Act of Bravery
Auto Windscreens, which is now part of Trifords Ltd., a division of the Markerstudy Group, has now hired 250—100 at its headquarters and 150 at its 20 branches across the United Kingdom, according to a statement from the company.
Auto Windscreens Announces Plans to Expand Under New Ownership by Insurer Group
The Boyd Group Income Fund, which owns Boyd Autobody and Glass, Gerber Collision and Glass and Gerber National Glass Services, has reported its financial results for the three and twelve-month periods ended December 31, 2010. The company reports a 14.8 percent increase in sales—from $223.7 million in 2009 to $256.8 million in 2010—which it attributes in part to the purchase of True2Form Collision Repair Centers Inc., acquired in July 2010.
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Boyd Group Reports 14.8 Percent Increase in Sales from 2009
A skip containing folders with customers’ personal information has been left outside a former Auto Windscreens fitting shop.
UNITED KINGDOM — Customers ‘Concerned’ as Personal Details are Found Dumped in a Skip
National Mobile Windscreens has begun a recruitment drive, which it says is in response to competitor Auto Windscreens going into administration.
Mobile Windscreens Expands Following Competitor Collapse
Deloitte LLP, which was appointed administrator for United Kingdom-based Auto Windscreens on February 14, has announced that it is searching for a buyer for the company’s auto glass manufacturing plant in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, United Kingdom.
UNITED KINGDOM – Auto Windscreens Administrator Searches for Buyer for Company’s Manufacturing Plant
The purchase of the Auto Windscreens brand and some of its assets by Trifords Limited, part of the Markerstudy Group, will create 250 new jobs at the newly revived company, according to a statement from the United Kingdom (UK)-based Markerstudy Group.
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Davies to Lead Revived Auto Windscreens; New Brand Owner to Create 250 New Jobs
The United Kingdom-based Markerstudy Group has purchased “certain Auto Windscreens assets,” according to Jamie Harley, head of media relations for Deloitte LLP.
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United Kingdom-Based Insurance Group Purchases “Certain Auto Windscreens Assets”
The U.K.-based firm of Auto Windscreens was placed into receivership yesterday.
UNITED KINGDOM – Auto Windscreens Placed into Receivership
Everything is all upside-down. When January sales figures arrived last week, the automotive conventional wisdom was spun on its head
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2012 Ford Focus is ‘Single Best Compact Car in the World’