AMA Group have launched their newest addition to their national network of heavy vehicle repairers in Adelaide, with a re-brand and upgraded facility.
Wales Heavy Vehicle Repairs, formerly All Transport Crash Repairs, have moved into a state-of-the-art heavy vehicle repair facility located at 80-92 Grand Junction Road, Kilburn, South Australia.
This modern, extremely well-equipped heavy vehicle repair centre provides world’s best practise in heavy vehicle repairs to its existing client base of over 35 years, and with an undercover footprint of over 7000 square metres and hardstand area of 17,000 square metres, it provides plenty of capacity to service the needs of all of South Australia’s heavy transport repair requirements into the future.
Executive general manager Darren Wales said, “It is an honour to be a part of bringing this high-tech, well-equipped workshop together with quality of workmanship and good old-fashioned service. It is great that we can provide a state-of-the-art workshop with world class equipment and facilities – but without the actual tradespeople that perform the works, we have nothing.”
Boasting two full sized, downdraught spray-booth baking ovens, preparation walls, pressurised paint formulation rooms, two Josam Chassis Laser Alignment systems, 20m dedicated fibreglass booth, a 10 tonne overhead crane and a customer experience lounge leading the way in heavy motor repairs, Wales Heavy Vehicle Repairs Adelaide has set themselves up to be the major repair provider for all of South Australia, now and into the future.
“Our current throughput capacity of 20 vehicles per week can be expanded up to 30-35 vehicles per week in the not-to-distant future,” said Wales. “With our proven processes and continuous improvement approach, our new facility in Kilburn can expand on what All Transport Crash Repairs has set as a base foundation: to provide the highest quality repairs in a safe, timely, efficient manner.
“One thing is for certain. This newest facility, by providing quality, safe repairs which goes hand in hand with the Wales name in heavy vehicle repairs, is setting themselves up not only for now, but well into the future,” Wales added.
The team officially opened the site on Wednesday November 29, welcoming customers, suppliers and media to the site.