AW Sole Supply Site in Sherburn-In-Elmet

AW Repair Group is pleased to announce a further strengthening of their relationship with Liverpool Victoria General Insurance (LV= GI).

The group’s ninth site at Sherburn in Elmet, near Leeds, was confirmed a LV= GI sole supply in February just before the covid pandemic hit.

Although an official celebration at the 9,000sq ft site has not been arranged due to current restrictions, the dual branding is evident with AW’s usual blue and orange corporate identity alongside the striking green LV= GI logo throughout.

The site is located just 10 minutes from the A1M and M62 and was transformed in just nine weeks to include ADAS, electric and hybrid capabilities, skate and rail and eco-friendly products and processes. A 90 second time lapse video showing the site transformation can be viewed at

Founder and CEO Andrew Walsh commented: “For the pandemic to hit within the first year of a newly invested site is certainly not ideal. But we remained in constant dialogue with all our team members and work partners and offered a solution through these difficult times. AW and LV= GI have a joint ethos to provide a streamlined and collaborative approach to assist our mutual customers and adding Sherburn as a sole supply site strengthens our relationship further.”

Value statements such as ‘Working together in an efficient environment’ and ‘Delivering an on-time first class customer experience’ can be found around the site re-enforcing the companies’ values.

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