On 27th January The London Taxi Company’s (LTC) Manchester dealership moved from its current premises in Broughton Street, Cheetham Hill, to a new location in Trafford Park on the west side of the city.
The new dealership, which is easily accessible from Manchester’s main roads and motorway network, officially opened for business on Monday 8th February to drivers, who are very welcome to come and visit the new premises.
The newly refurbished facility, which is over 8,000 square feet in size, boasts an impressive workshop with modern equipment in full view of the reception and waiting area through an 18 foot, full height window! For customers’ convenience; Sales, Service and Parts departments all operate from the same open plan reception area. Top class facilities are provided for our customers in a comfortable waiting area; drivers are welcome to come in, have a coffee, relax and let us take care of their cab.
Adrian Ward, LTC Manchester’s Operations Manager, commented “This is a great step forward for cabbies in the Manchester area who can access a modern, smart dealership with the latest technology and facilities to repair and service cabs as quickly as possible. It is a nice relaxing environment for drivers too.
“We’re really looking forward to greeting drivers at our open day and would welcome members of the local council, trade groups, taxi dealers and anyone else from the trade who wants to take a look around.
“It’s an exciting time for us and we can’t wait to open our doors and get going!”
The new dealership address is Unit H1, Wheel Forge Way, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 1EH. To book a service or find out more visit us today or call us on 0161 8313434.
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