Boston Garage Equipment have received full ATL approval, following tests by the GEA at their new headquarters in Essex, becoming only the third distributor to obtain full approval of ATL test bays. The final testing of equipment was attended by Richard Dixon from VOSA and Dave Garrett, Chief Executive of the GEA. The approval covers Class 4 and Class 7 bays with hydraulic play-detector.
Ray Calcutt, Boston's Managing Director commented on the full bay VOSA approval: "We are delighted to have our own brand range of MoT equipment approved for ATL one-man test bays, which follows just two weeks after the Institute of Transport Management's award for Innovation in Garage Equipment to Boston for 2005.
Clearly we are at the forefront of the garage equipment market and look forward to maintaining our position in the MoT testing industry".
Boston has operated MoT stations for over 34 years and has been in the UK equipment market for 16 years, previously as Analize (UK) Ltd. Boston have expanded rapidly in recent years to meet the increasing demand for high specification computerised equipment.