Autokurtas, one of the largest networks of heavy vehicle repair service in Lithuania, is becoming a representative of Alltrucks, the largest multi-brand network of truck repair centers in Europe, in Lithuania. According to the representatives of the company, this will allow to adapt the experience of the world-famous brands Bosch, ZF and Knorr-Bremse, the founders of “Alltrucks Truck & Trailer Service”, to the country’s market. After joining the international network, Autokurtas became the first authorized representative of Alltrucks in the Baltic States.
CEO of Autokurtas, Marius Giedraitis, claims that the partnership with an international company is a truly big step forward for the company, marking an important milestone the aim of which is to offer a long-term experience of well-known foreign brands to the market by providing quality multi-brand full-service of heavy vehicles not only in Lithuania but also in the entire Europe where a lot of Lithuania’s carriers work.
“By joining the Alltrucks network we aim not only to improve the quality of services but also to remain competitive in the market. Until now, Autokurtas was mostly focusing on the repair services of Mercedes-Benz, however along with this change our busines gets the support and skills of world-famous brands so we will gradually pay more and more attention to the repair of equipment from other manufacturers. I have no doubt that this will create added value not only for us but also for our customers,” M. Giedraitis says.
In turn, Homer Smyrliadis, Managing Director of Alltrucks, says: “We have chosen Autokurtas, operating for more than 20 years in the heavy vehicle repair market, for the development of the company in Eastern Europe, both due to many years of experience and strategically particularly convenient location. Four divisions of the company operating in Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda and Šiauliai are located near the most important transport routes in Lithuania. With that we are taking another step towards our target to cover all important European transport routes in the future,” H. Smyrliadis notes.
All workshops, that have joined the network, receive full support in improving their daily business, mainly multi-brand commercial vehicle diagnostics possibilities, access to comprehensive technical databases, a customized training program, technical hotline, quality management and a 24/7 service. More than 700 commercial vehicles workshops, out of which 23 operating in neighboring Poland, have joined the Alltrucks network so far. Alltrucks successfully operates in a total of 13 European countries.