Premier logo   Home  |  Contact Us  |  Site Map  |  Print page  to print
call centre banner

Call Centre Update News  

Auto Windscreens goes into administration risking 1,100 jobs

Posted on Feb 15 2011
Call Centre Update News >>

 Britain’s second biggest windscreen repair company went under after one of its major customers terminated a contract and a major creditor served it with a winding-up petition.

Cash flow problems caused by a dip in business activity this winter also hit it badly. It has called in administrators Deloitte and asked potential buyers to get in contact.
The majority of staff employed by the Chesterfield-based group have already been sent home while Deloitte holds ‘urgent’ discussions to try to secure its future. No redundancies have been made.
It operates a network of 68 fitting centres across Britain, 550 mobile units, a distribution centre in Aston, Birmingham, and a central call centre. It has approached major customers in the hope of drumming up enough funding to trade the company until it finds a buyer.
Matt Cowlishaw, of Deloitte, said: ‘We are now in urgent discussions with the key stakeholders and interested parties in an attempt to save the business.’
Customers are being advised to make alternative arrangements with another supplier.
<< Archive
call centre contact

Are you looking for an 'Award Winning' Call Centre?

Premier Call Centre are able to take your calls efficiently and professionally helping your Business, or Organisation run as smoothly and cost effectively as possible. Call us today on 0871 875 7000 for a FREE no obligation quote.

UK Contact Centre

Our service standards are not only second to none, but we can also save you significant time as well as money. Our Call Centre can work out far cheaper for you to employ us to support your calls than employ your own team of staff. Call today!

satisfaction gaurantee

Premier Call Centre News:

Indian call centre executive sends terror emails

 An Indian call centre manager decided to test the police in Mumbai by sending terror emails.

South Africa becoming contender for call centre business

South Africa, and especially Cape Town, is growing as an international hub for off shore service providers.  

Emergency call centre to move out of Oxfordshire

 The Fire Brigade Union have said they will fight to keep an emergency call centre in Oxfordshire.

Santander saves 300 call centre jobs

 The call centre, previously run by the Royal Bank of Scotland, is going to be taken over by Santander saving almost 300 jobs.


Call centre staff asked to work longer into the evenings and on Sundays

 Call centre staff working for Thomas Cook are in discussions with the management who want to extend their working hours into the evenings up to 10pm and on Sundays.

<< Archive






Terms and Conditions - Privacy - Advertisers - Call Centre Information - Contact Centre - Contact Us