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9th May 2022

The UK labour market continues on its trajectory with unemployment falling and vacancies rising to record levels, of nearly 1.3 million. Quite simply, the pool of available, qualified workers is in decline and this could have a serious impact on your business and your ability to maintain customer service levels.

However, when it comes to managing your vehicle accident repairs, this shouldn’t be a problem because at Selsia, we have all the people and sub-contractors already in place for you. We have qualified operational personnel, 24/7 FNOL, nationwide recovery and repair deployments to our 200 approved car, van and HGV bodyshops across the country who will deliver to you, safe, professional accident repairs.

You also get free, password protected access to our online repair management portal so you can look at estimates, images and authorise repairs. You can even monitor repair progress so you know when vehicles will be ready. And to ease your administration, we can offer you our established central invoicing service which means you don’t have to set up trading accounts with bodyshops across the country.

So basically, you no longer have to worry about finding new hires to do all this work because as an experienced accident repair management provider for a broad range of fleet and fleet management clients, we’ll do it for you. And because we are a repairer funded operation, you pay no management fees for our service and we promise to get your vehicles safely repaired and back into service as quickly as possible.

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