Bartec Auto ID is to launch a new range of TPMS, diagnostic tools and a cloud-based management system at The Tire Cologne between 29 May to 1 June 2018. The company plans to demonstrate how this latest generation of tools (the TECH1000 and TAP300) combined with the new Bartec Service Center can “significantly improve” tyre shop efficiency. According to the company, “valuable management data can be pinpointed and presented, also enabling an all-round enhanced customer experience and ultimately helping to boost sales across tyre shops.”
Bartec Auto ID Limited (Bartec) managing director, Colin Webb spearheaded the TPMS experts’ presence at Automechanika Birmingham 2017 by delivering a presentation on how to maximise TPMS revenue. Entitled ‘Six Steps to Success’, Webb addressed a full audience in the Technical Talks theatre by identifying TPMS profit opportunities available to tyre shops, what tools and equipment are required to carry out TPMS repairs, as well as the training and support offered by Bartec, the global market leader in tyre pressure and monitoring systems.
Bartec Auto ID Limited (Bartec) has been named as one of the London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’. The report celebrates the UK’s most inspiring and fastest-growing companies. The Barnsley based, family-owned company was formed in 1992 and has become a tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) global leader, fulfilling the criteria set out by the London Stock Exchange Group and supported by the UK government.
Bartec Auto ID Limited (Bartec) has upgraded its PC software program, TPMS Desktop, but it remains free-of-charge to its 11,000 tyre and repair shop users. Bartec’s update includes referencing processes and technical information data, as well as new coverage of 2017 make-model-years of cars, TPMS sensors and vehicle relearn processes.