Panel Beaters in Hermanus , South Africa
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4 Industria Road, Mussel Centre, Hermanus Industria, Western Cape, 7200
Suite 117, Private Bag X15, Hermanus, Western Cape,7200
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Customer satisfaction - our top priority
Established in Hermanus in 2002 and under new ownership since May 2015. Quantum Coachworks cc is owner managed with 25 years track record and experience in the Auto Body Repair and Automotive Paint Business.
To supply a professional and honorable service living by the RMI/SAMBRA ethical codes of conduct. To deliver top quality workmanship of the highest possible levels and standards to ensure our work providers and their customers we serve, ultimately also our customers, receive quality service and repairs from START to FINISH. We will become service provider of choice in our local community, ensuring we create a true sense of value for our customers, including but not limited to the insurance companies and the Brokers we deal with. We will always act in a professional and ethical manner with everyone we get in contact with. We are proud to serve in the sector of Auto Body Repairs and Spray Painting, under the banner of the Retail Motor Industry and that of the South African Motor Body Repairers association, better known as the RMI / SAMBRA. We operate our business with integrity in order to ensure a sustainable future.
Customer satisfaction is our TOP Priority. To always stay abreast with the current available technologies in all processes of our operation, including latest repair methods as prescribed by OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers i.e. Car, Automotive Paint, Equipment and product Manufacturers) by constantly offering training to our entire workforce. We, the Team at Quantum Coachworks cc respect each other in our work environment, look out for each other by having those tough discussions when necessary, rectify challenging situations and areas where constant improvement is required to ultimately ensure our Customers always get nothing but the BEST SERVICE from OUR TEAM. Our work providers, their customers, suppliers, the environment and the societies we serve and live in are of upmost importance to us. We will operate our business with integrity and strictly abide to all South African laws and bylaws, the ethical codes of the Retail Motor Industry (RMI) including that of The South African Motor Body Repairers Association (SAMBRA) which we are proud and valid members of. To ensure our own sustainability & future success we will live by OUR MISSION and go that extra mile for everyone we get in contact with in our business daily.
Detecting Misalignment in a Vehicle's Structure
Quantum Coachworks has a state of the art computerised measuring system.
A recent investment saw the installation of a Computerized Electronic Vehicle Underbody Measuring System. This measuring system manufactured in the USA and approved for use by car manufacturers, while repairing under body vehicle damage, will ensure that vehicle measurements of repairs conducted and delivered are to the Car Manufacturers stringent specifications. “Where insurance companies instruct us to do so on more serious under body damages, we will produce printed proof (Before & after) of under body repairs conducted & repaired right back to factory specification”
Whether detecting misalignment in a vehicle's structure or verifying repairs have eliminated the damage, the Vector computerized measuring system can do the job. Vector integrates the precision of laser scanning with a computerized data base for unmatched accuracy in collision repair and analysis. In addition to showing extent of collision damage, Vector monitors progress throughout the repair and verifies if the vehicle's structure is correctly aligned. Three separate reports verify the vehicle's structural condition by showing overhead diagrams that display center line, datum line and datum height measurements, offering indisputable evidence that the repairs made were not only needed…but returned the vehicle frame to its pre-collision condition.