Truckman, the UK-based manufacturer and distributor of hardtops and 4×4 accessories, is preparing to welcome customers into its West Midlands’ headquarters for sales and fittings when it reopens a key part of its business as Coronavirus restrictions ease later this month.
For the first time since the summer of last year, Truckman will offer its professional accessory sales and fitting service to the general public in line with the lifting of restrictions, which are earmarked for 12th April.
Having implemented a series of stringent health and hygiene measures, retail customers will be able to bring their vehicles to Truckman’s Dudley headquarters, where its four-bay fitting operation is based, and be able to relax safely in Truckman’s waiting area.
It will enable Truckman’s team to provide its expert personal service to customers, which has been prevented by the most recent lockdown, while its team of experienced technicians deliver the fitting service.
Bookings are currently being taken following an influx of retail customer enquiries, particularly from those planning staycations this summer once the final restrictions are lifted, currently expected in June.
“The lifting of restrictions will enable us to reopen our fitting service to the public, helping prepare their vehicles for when they can start to venture further from home and explore the country from the summer,” commented Mike Wheeler, executive chairman of Truckman.
“We have ensured the highest levels of hygiene and safety measures at our premises to give our customers confidence when they bring their vehicle to us for accessory fitting and look forward to again being able to welcome them to Truckman.”