Screen Rescue secure exclusive UK rights to latest digitally Advanced Windscreen Repair Systems
Ahead of new bsi standards in windscreen repair, released 31st March 2022, the Suffolk based multi award-winning Screen Rescue franchise has secured exclusive rights to continue to use the latest BS AU 242b:2022 compliant-ready innovative touchscreen digitally Advanced Windscreen Repair Systems in the UK, other manufacturers [and competitors] can only try to emulate.
The launch of BS AU 242b:2022 - the new standard in Windscreen Repair now takes reforms to a new level where working towards British Standards means accredited compliance to a 4M approach: Man x Method x Machinery x Material.
“It’s great to know Screen Rescue are future proofing this growing franchise way ahead of its time and as part of our carefully crafted franchise package, will be investing in the BWSC 4M training and assessment of all franchisees from May. We'll be working closely with The British Windscreen Safety Council who as a panel of experts, were instrumental in the drafting of BS AU 242b:2022 and act as the body overseeing compliance issues within the windscreen industry.
Founder franchisor, Jaime Hilario
Jaime added, "This is another fantastic accolade to Screen Rescue. We remain especially proud of our continuous innovation and hands on approach to an industry evolving with new quality standards.
“This multi award-winning Screen Rescue franchise operates on an exclusive basis with the latest, leading and most technically advanced digital touchscreen windscreen and glass repairs equipment. We are committed to delivering a franchise package at the forefront of new windscreen repair technologies. As a result, Screen Rescue continues their lead position as the most technologically equipped Commercial Windscreen & Glass Repairs franchise in the UK, today.
“This is another great reason to consider becoming a Screen Rescue franchisee if you are looking to build a substantial multi-van windscreen and glass repairs business in the Commercial Automotive Industry."