Kwik-Fit centres across the UK will now be able to repair vehicle windscreens by injecting a liquid acrylic resin into the damaged glass. The resin is cured by the use of long wave ultra violet light.
The call-in service, which by the end of 2007 will be available at all 670 Kwik-Fit outlets, sees the firm on target to win a significant slice of the windscreen repair sector.
The glass repair market is presently dominated by just a handful of players and is estimated to be worth £310m a year
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