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Full Speed Ahead For Weymouth Auto Business

jr autotechnics


10:55am 16th January 2015

It's full speed ahead for a family car repair business in Weymouth.

JR Autotechnics have relocated from the town centre to a purpose built premises at Link Park.

But owner James Knight isn't taking his foot off the gas and is also investing in new equipment to move his business up a gear.

JR Autotechnics employ three people, working on up to 25 cars a day - and will celebrate their 10th anniversary in May.

Mickey Jones, Chief Executive of DJ Property, developers of Link Park said "JR Autotechnics are a prime example of a rapidly expanding family business in this area."  

"Hard work, dedication and a continuous desire to exceed expectations is what you can expect to receive from James and Natalie Knight."  

"It has been great to watch their business grow and I welcome the challenge of providing them with bigger and better business space in the future."

"This is yet another example of a niche high growth business in South Dorset.  Businesses like this will be the future of the local economy".



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