With a unique ‘back to first principle’ diamond-cut wheel machine, here’s why Finishing Touch Alloys franchisees will be able to cut wheels faster, more accurately
When you meet Ian King, it’s easy to tell that he’s both energised by the opportunities the wheel refurbishment business presents, and proud of the system prototype he has single-handedly conceived for his new Finishing Touch Alloys franchise proposition. It is designed so that the wheel renovation market can stay on top of market trends and has taken more than a year’s work to commission and build.
But what are these trends? Simply put, lan has identified that to keep up with the move by car makers to more complex alloy wheel designs, mobile refurbishments had to also change. The modern look of many cars features a move away from single-colour, usually silver, alloy wheels, to a hi-tech look featuring black plus diamond cut accents.