The Car Craft Group has added Macarthur Prestige Bodyshop and North Shore BMW Bodyshop to its network of independent repairers, saying the businesses and Glenn O’Donnell, General Manager of both facilities, “are indeed a welcome addition to the rapidly expanding Car Craft NSW Central group.”
“Glenn O’Donnell is a well-respected name in the collision repair industry, there is no doubt,” said Car Craft. “So, when Glenn decides it’s of benefit to join Car Craft, it adds weight to what many already know, and that is being a part of a national group of independent professional repairers brings benefits to the business and the industry as a whole.
“This ethos has seen the group grow from its origins in Western Australia to a national network of over 140 repairers.
“The Macarthur Prestige Bodyshop facility is purpose built to provide customers access to the very latest in motor vehicle repair technology and standards. Macarthur Prestige Bodyshop provides exceptional quality repairs for any accident damage, ranging from minor dents and scratches to major structural work.”
O’Donnell said the new facility was the result of a long and thorough development that was also mindful of the future and evolving requirements.
“We spent two years developing this site and at every step we were fully aware of what we needed to have in place to support customer needs in line with a fast-changing industry,” he said.
According to O’Donnell, it is important that repairs carried out on every vehicle are performed to manufacturer approved guidelines and standards. While BMW North Shore Bodyshop focuses on BMW and Mini brands, Macarthur Prestige Bodyshop is factory approved for brands such as BMW, Mini, Tesla, Lexus, Toyota, Volkswagen, and RAM.
“Each car model is different and has its own unique repair methods. Our technicians engage in continual education to ensure they are fully versed in the latest repair techniques and requirements through manufacturer-accredited training programmes. Training is carried out online, on-site, and at the accredited manufacturer training facilities, as well as having access to ‘Ezi Methods’, Car Craft’s method of repair retrieval programme,” he said.