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TIGOSE (The International Guild of Specialist Engineers), the only Guild exclusively to promote and support classic motorised vehicle specialists, restorers, part manufacturers and service providers both in the UK and abroad, proudly announces the opening of a new Hong Kong outlet by one of its Members, Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialist Frank Dale & Stepsons.

TIGOSE Member Frank Dale & Stepsons has just commissioned a new facility in Hong Kong, with showrooms for both modern and heritage cars, plus service department and coachworks. The specialist’s dedicated Hong Kong website is http://www.frankdale.com.hk, and the official opening took place at the end of 2015.

Giles Crickmay of Frank Dale & Stepsons explained, during the opening ceremony:

“Following three years’ hard work, we are proud to unveil our new Frank Dale & Stepsons facility in Hong Kong. The business caters for buyers in both the heritage and nearly new Rolls-Royce and Bentley market, with full support facilities on hand to maintain the cars that are supplied. The Hong Kong office is directly supported by Frank Dale & Stepsons in London and we are looking not only at the Hong Kong market but also, in due course, the potential market in China. We have a long tradition of having agents abroad, but this is the first time we have had a fully-functioning facility outside the UK. It is an achievement we are very proud of and we look forward to seeing it flourish and grow in the coming years.”

TIGOSE celebrates its third birthday with an impressive range of Members, Commercial and Preferred Partners, whose total number has doubled in the last two years; the Guild’s bespoke Apprenticeship Programme, the first of its kind in the UK, has been developed specifically to train technician apprentices from any area across the UK, and is tailored to TIGOSE Members’ and Partners’ needs.

Log in http://www.tigose.com for a full list of Members, Commercial Partners and Preferred Partners. TIGOSE also has a Facebook Page and a LinkedIn Group.

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