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Lex Service is investing £20m in new technology to increase the cross-selling of products in its motor services business this year.
24-Jul-2002


Lex Service has sold its Lex Autocentres network of 96 vehicle servicing sites to Nationwide Autocentres for £4m.
17-Apr-2002


Lex Service has launched a nationwide recruitment drive for its recently-acquired Auto Windscreens business, and is looking for at least 100 extra mobile fitters.
09-May-2001


Lex Service has acquired Auto Windscreens for £122m, which will add a fleet of 800 vans to its RAC roadside recovery business.
02-Apr-2001


Lex Service is planning to invest up to £250m in motoring-related services, including the RAC breakdown service, the BSM driving school and Lex Autocentres.
23-Feb-2001


Lex Service has sold its powered access division to Lavendon for £3.9m, in order to focus on support services.
04-Jan-2001


Lex Service has sold the Lex Autosales network of used car sales centres to Mercedes-Benz for £18m, which will involve the transfer of seven sites and 176 staff.
21-Nov-2000


Lex Service is to acquire RAC Motoring Services for £437m, and will use the RAC brand on its Autocentre servicing outlets and its Autosales used car chain.
01-May-1999


Lex Service is expanding its mechanical handling business with four acquisitions, including Birchwood's contract hire and servicing operation for £3.5m and Liftright Powered Access for £1.4m.
07-Apr-1999


Lex Service has acquired two subsidiaries of the collapsed Leeds-based Peterhead Group - forklift truck dealership Birchwood Mechanical Services and forklift rental firm Birchwood Mechanical Sales.
04-Mar-1999


Lex Service is acquiring Havelange of Belgium and Hydraulic Services of Ireland for £7m, in order to expand its vehicle distribution business in the EU.
17-Feb-1999


Lex Service is to set up a £50m national network of 50 vehicle accident repair centres that will work on a production line basis, in a move that will create 3,000 jobs.
03-Oct-1996