Pro-Align, the UK’s sole distributor of Hunter wheel servicing equipment has partnered with vehicle diagnostic expert and pioneer of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) calibration for the independent aftermarket, Hella Gutmann, to bring a hands-on workshop experience this month to Lanarkshire in Scotland.
Indeed, the two companies are working together to hold an event hosted by New College Lanarkshire, giving business owners and vehicle technicians from across Scotland an opportunity to ‘try before they buy’ and get hands-on with some of the world’s leading industry systems.
Clive Seabrook, CEO, Pro-Align commented: “Vehicle technology is constantly developing, which is why we believe this event holds such great importance. It will give businesses the opportunity to not only try out the best equipment in the industry, but to also ask the right questions about how they can use this equipment to further improve their profitability as well as the service they provide to their customers.”
Having become brand partners earlier this year, Hella Gutmann and Pro-Align have set up the event in central Scotland to provide the market with the ultimate solution for ADAS camera, radar calibration and premium four-wheel alignment servicing equipment.
Neil Hilton, head of HGS, Hella UK, added: “As pioneers of aftermarket ADAS Calibration equipment having launched our solution nearly 10 years ago, we are the most knowledgeable and experienced in this field. Any customers questions are welcomed and we will give honest and accurate advice, avoiding the pitfalls of choosing the wrong solution.”
Featuring at the event is the Hunter Elite TD four-wheel alignment system, the Hunter WAHD aligner for HGVs, the Hella Gutmann CSC SE and the Hella Gutmann macsRemote.
The event is free to attend and will be held on Wednesday 17th November at New College Lanarkshire, with seminars running between 2 pm – 4 pm and 6 pm – 8 pm, where those attending can speak to teams and experts from both of the organisations.
For those looking to advance their career in the automotive industry, New College Lanarkshire currently has a number of courses open for applicants, including apprenticeships in vehicle body repair, motor mechanics and heavy vehicle mechanics, as well as a large range of courses starting in August 2022.