EDT Automotive says that Barton Garages has achieved “incredible results” with its range of engine decontamination machines, becoming the EDT network’s highest performing garage-partner since joining in January. According to company co-director Tracey Barton, the Yelverton-based workshop was seeing an increasing number of customer vehicles which were suffering from a high concentration of carbon build-up, putting their engines under undue strain.
Engine detox specialist EDT Automotive has announced their top eight best performing garages in their first ever EDT league table. The EDT league table identifies the garages within the EDT network that have utilised EDT’s engine cleaning machines on the most vehicles.
Kent based engine cleaning company EDT Automotive states that it has improved the performance of more than 12,000 cars in a year, having secured placement of its EDT machines in 45 more locations nationwide. The pay-as-you-go engine and auto transmission detox machines remove harmful deposits from inside the engine left behind in a standard oil change. EDT states this enhances drivability and a reduction in overall CO emissions.
EDT Automotive’s fuel-saving and emissions-reducing technology has once again been recognized with a prestigious industry award, being crowned a ‘Top Product’ award winner in Professional Motor Mechanic Magazine’s 2016 reader poll for its engine decontamination machine.
EDT Automotive claims to be one of the first companies of its kind to demonstrate absolute product confidence by offering garage partners and customers the opportunity to leave unbiased and impartial reviews of its service through Trust Pilot.
An ITN production team visited Mercury Car Centre in Brentwood in early February to shoot footage of EDT’s engine detox for the new Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) film on cutting-edge automotive businesses. Neil Hutchinson, owner of Mercury Car Centre, said: “We’ve been really impressed with EDT – the performance improvements for customers, the […]
Having joined engine detox specialist EDT Automotive as national sales manager in August, Jon Tatnall has been promoted to sales director with immediate effect. A motor trade man through and through, Tatnall was previously dealer principal at Yeomans Peugeot and Hyundai in Hastings. He started his career as a trainee sales executive at Sidlow Group, before taking increasingly senior roles at Lifestyle, Pinewood and Pendragon.
Kent-based engine detox company, EDT Automotive, has won bronze at the Green Apple Awards for Environmental Best Practice. Managing director David Holmes received the trophy from Damian Green MP at a glittering ceremony at the Houses of Parliament, London, on 16 November.
EDT Automotive, based in Westwell Leacon, near Ashford in Kent, has won a prestigious Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice. The engine detox company competed against more than 500 nominees to win the award, which will be presented at a glittering ceremony at the Houses of Parliament, London, on Monday 16 November.
Jon Tatnall, formerly dealer principal at Yeomans Peugeot and Hyundai in Hastings, has joined Kent-based engine detox specialist EDT Automotive as national sales manager. Tatnall started his career as a trainee sales executive at Sidlow Group, before taking increasingly senior roles at Lifestyle, Pinewood and Pendragon.