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FabVinny

Hi from Ireland

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Hi, I'm a former parts advisor not a shop owner but looking for some advice. My local repair shop is a friends one man setup. I told him I'd ask here for any suggestions on improving things.

 

We have a lot like this in ireland. The local parts shops don't (As a rule) have online ordering.

 

I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions on how best to run a one man repair shop. I can see a lot of time spent on parts ordering and general interruptions.

 

Any suggestions on how to organise work flow etc appreciated. Anyone sharing the cost of services etc among a few owners?

 

Hope this rambling makes sense!

 

Thanks

Vinny

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