Aston Martin Works Service has announced the beginning of the first stage in a plan to develop the Newport Pagnell premises.
The six month initial stage of a two year development plan at Aston Martin Works Service will see the modernisation of the contemporary car servicing facility at Newport Pagnell and the building of a brand new Aston Martin dealership.
Kingsley Riding-Felce, Director of Aston Martin Works Service said, "After many years we have established ourselves as a leader in Aston Martin service, repair and restoration here at Newport Pagnell. The ability now to invest in our buildings and bring them to the same high standard of our knowledge and skill is very exciting indeed. This integrated plan also sees some key additions to both the team and indeed its capabilities to cater for the customer demands of the present and future.
"In addition to this, an Aston Martin dealership will be constructed at Works Service completing our fields of expertise to create a true Aston Martin 'Centre of Excellence'."
The roots of Aston Martin Works Service date back to the 'Service Department' of 1924. The highly skilled and factory-trained team, Works Service has over 530 combined years of Aston Martin experience and a reputation for high quality service, repair and restoration of up to 2,500 Aston Martins and Lagondas from over 30 countries each year.
A central part of this strategic plan will be to incorporate the recently formed Works Tailored department which formalises and expands upon decades of creating the ultimate level of personalisation for Aston Martin customers. Including creating unique colours, materials and finishes, integrating the latest additional technology, Works Tailored provides customers and their Aston Martins the opportunity take an initial idea through to a reality.
Another part of the plan for the Newport Pagnell site is the addition to Works Service of an Aston Martin Dealership which will enable Works Service to sell new, used and heritage Aston Martins.
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