BMW BODYSHOP DRIVES INTO NEW BRISBANE LOCATION

BMW BODYSHOP DRIVES INTO NEW BRISBANE LOCATION

THE Brisbane BMW Bodyshop has upgraded to a new facility at Hendra to drive growth.

The prestige panel shop has relocated from its original site at Windsor to a 4500sqm building at Nudgee Road to improve efficiency and output.

The facility is now capable of handling 250 to 300 repairs per month, representing a 40 per cent increase compared to the previous facility.

LMM Holdings managing director Martin Roller says the new facility has been cleverly designed to optimise space, making it one of the largest prestige repair facilities in south-east Queensland.

"The design, development and implementation of this project has been 12 months in the making and will allow us to provide a superior experience for our customers," Roller says.

"Our new location bristles with the latest technology and offers additional equipment and services, including touch screen drive-through spray ovens, infra-red drying systems, a complete aluminium and carbon repair facility, brand-new customer service café facility and complimentary Wi-Fi."

He says the facility supports products, processes and materials used within the BMW range, including i vehicle technology and hybrid-powered vehicles.

LMM Holdings encompasses Brisbane BMW, Brisbane MINI Garage, Westside BMW, Ferrari Brisbane and the Brisbane BMW Bodyshop.

 

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