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AUTOPA Limited

 
 
 
Sector Retail
Year completed 2017
Client Land Rover
Products used Stainless steel mitre top bollards
 
 

Challenge

Land Rover is considered throughout the world as an icon of British culture. The car manufacturer specialises in making high-quality 4x4s that have garnered attention worldwide, and in 1951 was awarded a Royal Warrant that they have kept to this day.

Demand for their cars has been increasing year on year and to try to meet this heightened demand for its products, Land Rover developed a new state-of-the-art dealership in Stafford. This new dealership was the first of its kind and later paved the way for the design of future developments as well as bringing all existing dealerships into the 21st century.

Having a high value and large quantity of stock on display meant that the threat of theft was a possibility, one that Land Rover needed to ensure didn’t happen.

Solution

To assist in making sure this didn’t happen, they called on AUTOPA, a vehicle access control specialist with over 60 years of experience supplying products to the likes of high-quality car manufacturers Aston Martin, Porsche and Audi.

After considering all available options for the site, Land Rover decided to use stainless steel mitre top bollards to secure the site. The sharp and decorative design of the AUTOPA Mitre Top Bollards echoed the style of Land Rover’s cars and architecture of the new dealership, while living up to the quality the brand is known for.

Outcome

When construction was complete, Land Rover was left with a new and secure site that allowed them to meet heightened demand from their customers.


Challenge

Land Rover is considered throughout the world as an icon of British culture. The car manufacturer specialises in making high-quality 4x4s that have garnered attention worldwide, and in 1951 was awarded a Royal Warrant that they have kept to this day.

Demand for their cars has been increasing year on year and to try to meet this heightened demand for its products, Land Rover developed a new state-of-the-art dealership in Stafford. This new dealership was the first of its kind and later paved the way for the design of future developments as well as bringing all existing dealerships into the 21st century.

Having a high value and large quantity of stock on display meant that the threat of theft was a possibility, one that Land Rover needed to ensure didn’t happen.

Solution

To assist in making sure this didn’t happen, they called on AUTOPA, a vehicle access control specialist with over 60 years of experience supplying products to the likes of high-quality car manufacturers Aston Martin, Porsche and Audi.

After considering all available options for the site, Land Rover decided to use stainless steel mitre top bollards to secure the site. The sharp and decorative design of the AUTOPA Mitre Top Bollards echoed the style of Land Rover’s cars and architecture of the new dealership, while living up to the quality the brand is known for.

Outcome

When construction was complete, Land Rover was left with a new and secure site that allowed them to meet heightened demand from their customers.


 
 
 
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