The Automotive Aftermarket division of Bosch Canada announced that they have reached 100 members of the Bosch Car Service (BCS) program in Canada.
MW Motor Werke Inc. located in Kelowna British Columbia became the 100th BCS member in April. Owner Chris Germana was thrilled at the news as they are enthusiastic about partnering with Bosch. Germana said, “We select only the highest quality parts for our vehicles. Original Equipment replacement parts ensure quality and peace of mind that repairs are completed to the highest standard. Bosch is a key manufacturer and partner for us achieving this.”
“Bosch is excited with the success, growth and support the Bosch Car Service network has received since the program was revitalized in Canada last year. BCS is a vital component of the strategic direction of the Bosch Automotive Aftermarket division.” said Niall Davidson, vice-president automotive aftermarket in Canada.
Bosch remains committed to its goal of having Bosch Car Service as the best global service network known for quality maintenance and repair. Davidson states, “It is our priority to ensure that this network receives the attention, assistance, and dedi-cation it deserves. We continue to strive to bring further exposure and consumer awareness to Bosch Service.”
The Bosch Car Service network is a collection of the top independent repair centres, servicing gasoline, diesel and hybrid-driven vehicles. All BCS members must pass a rigorous evaluation in order to be accepted to the program. They are frequently inspected to ensure that high Bosch standards are being maintained. This ensures that consumers receive reliable maintenance and repair, with exemplary customer service, whenever a Bosch Service centre is visited.
There are more than 1,700 independent repair shops throughout North America and some 15,000 service centers worldwide are now participating in the Bosch Service network which was first developed by Bosch in 1921.