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Allscreens Nationwide expands with Screensaver acquisition

Allscreens Nationwide is further expanding its windscreen repair and replacement services with the acquisition of Lincolnshire-based Screensaver Nationwide.

The Allscreens Nationwide head office in Leicester

The deal forms part of Allscreens’ plans for growth over the next three years.

Founded in 1993, Allscreens is a member of Nationwide Windscreen Services and offers a repair and replacement services for all vehicle glass across Leicester, Leicestershire, Birmingham and the whole of the Midlands.

It had already worked closely with Screensaver over the course of a decade and the new agreement means fitting services are now available to Allscreens’ customers at Screensaver Nationwide’s Lincoln site.

Samuel Sole, director at Allscreens Nationwide, explained: “We are delighted to have acquired Screensaver Nationwide, a company that shares our ethos in regards to delivering the very best customer service. Over the last 10 years, they have built an incredible business with an experienced team, which we feel is the perfect match for our highly-trained workforce.

“As part of our growth plans, we were looking to increase the scope of our commercial and fleet fitting services across the Midlands. Now that we have Screensaver Nationwide on board, customers in this region can head to their Lincoln site and be safe in the knowledge that they will receive the best possible service, with minimal downtime.”

Scott Bamford, director at Screensaver Nationwide Lincoln, added: “15 years ago, we built Screensaver Nationwide from scratch. We still have the very same drive and passion for the industry as we did back then, so believe it is a fantastic opportunity and privilege to join the Allscreens group during an exciting time of expansion.

“I have enormous pride in the entire Screensaver Nationwide team and this acquisition offers us exciting growth prospects, while opening a number of doors for the future.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

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