Twisted Automotive, which specialises in re-engineering the Land Rover Defender, has launched a separate coachworks division using a 100,000 investment with the business.
The move has come about as Twisted seeks to grow its Thirsk-based operations, with further announcements outlining distribute plans for future years expected in the weeks ahead.
The business makes four new appointments. Chris Johnson continues to be appointed because new floor operations director, to co-ordinate all processes inside the workshop, as you move the new, dedicated LR Coach-works team includes experienced spray technicians Paul Thomson, Eddie Doyle and David Douglas, recruited in the original Defender manufacturer.
The team will continue to work full-time for Twisted, because business continues its expansion by bringing ‘in-house’ services it had previously out-sourced to local experts.
LR Coach-works will manage and execute all aspects of paint and bodywork, including the preparation of vehicles to get more engineering inside Twisted workshop.
The growth of the business provides Twisted prepares to unveil a new long-term strategy that will assist shape not able to the Defender, while making certain to spend homage on the reputation of the vehicle.
Twisted founder and MD Charles Fawcett may even outline his plans corporations remaining completely new Defender, that they purchased heli-copter flight production line when output of the first vehicle ceased in 2016.?”As we prepare to type in your next chapter with the company’s history, we’re very excited to show specifics of our new expanded LR Coach-works operation,” he was quoted saying.
“Since their establishment in 2001, we certainly have worked alongside you the greatest local craftsmen to give the service and then to grow it in-house could be the next natural step for many people.”
New floor operations manager Chris Johnson said: “I’m very excited to generally be joining Twisted to aid streamline processes while in the workshop, such as the new LR Coach-works division.”