Guardian Automotive looks forward to welcoming you to our booth for the first time at TASC 2019 (October 11-12, Düsseldorf).
The Summer holiday season is over and our customers are ready to restart their businesses at full speed. So we have been getting our Guardian Automotive eShop ready and planning a number of new rewards and promotional actions.
Because face-to-face discussions with our professional customers are important to us, Guardian Automotive will attend tasc 2019 on 11 and 12 October. This will be our first time at the show, so come and talk to us.
When you are looking to order full face heated windscreens, you should be aware that Guardian Automotive uses one of the most advanced technologies to produce windscreens with wire heating.
Having IATF certification is proof of the professional level of performance of Guardian Automotive: our windscreens for the replacement sector are produced according to the same systems and quality standards as OEM windscreens.
It is always good to meet with industry partners - and at Guardian Automotive, we like to keep in touch with our customers. Over the past few weeks, we have attended three events of networks in Germany and Italy, organised by Junited Autoglas, VetroCar and Wintec Autoglas.
On 1 February, Turbo Club marks its first anniversary. During this first year, TC members have collected 4.578.930 points in total, taken part in special promotions and our Automechanika lottery, collected VIN search points - and redeemed Turbo points for rewards.
Last December, we told our European customers about our outstanding quality control, especially for camera references
As we come to a close on 2018, a year filled with many challenges and opportunities
When the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) published its latest standard
Quality control is critical to our success and at Guardian Automotive all windscreens are carefully checked for quality.
The Guardian Automotive eShop is making a difference for its many customers throughout Europe.
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