Maha helps expand Chassis Cab workshop space

Maha has helped Chassis Cab convert its existing workshop space in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, into a two-bay service lane and unit repair workshop.

Maha installed the lane as well as equipment such as a brake tester, axle play detector and headlight tester. As a result, Chassis Cab can conduct more repairs and maintenance within its workshop facilities.

Chassis Cab service director Andy Ling said: “The additional space has given us so much more. We sell new and used trucks, DAF genuine parts, truck and trailer components, as well as offer repair and maintenance services. We get through so many routine inspections and the related maintenance work. The technicians were on-top of each other and doubling up on jobs, so creating more space was the logical step in our journey.

“As a result, we’ve now doubled the capacity of the workshop site – it’s made our business more efficient, pleased our customers, and given our staff more freedom.”

As well as maintenance and inspections, Chassis Cab also conducts MOT inspections. The lane caters for all its needs, with Maha’s UK’s MBT 7250 Eurosystem roller brake tester, LMS 20.0 axle play detector and MLT 3000 headlight tester installed and operational. An additional tachograph module is also set to be added.

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