About Us | Workshop 7
Workshop 7 is an automotive mechanical repair workshop located at 7 Morningside Drive.
A change of address helped us refocus and rebrand the workshop, so we decided to launch a competition and asked our customers the best name for our new business that reflected who we are as a leading car mechanic in Auckland.
We had over 70 entries, but the standout name soon became apparent. It was at this time that we employed one of those creative types.
We want our name to reflect what we do, where we are and the level of workmanship that is required in modern vehicles, all while keeping the area we have moved to in mind.
Our goal is to run an open and transparent mechanical service business. We want you to think of us when you have a vehicle issue. It's 'Complete Auto Services'.
Tas Matiatos has been working in the automotive industry since 1995 which makes him relatively old, so to help him with his business is the team:
Danny and Denise are in the office, and they keep the wheels rolling.
Danny has been in automotive since 1990. He is a fully qualified technician from the UK and has a vast number of years in major dealerships, some of which are Audi, BMW, and Ferrari. He has won numerous awards, including Audi service manager and Audi Twin cup.
Denise has been in automotive administration for over 15 years, ranging from accounts, payroll, and service advisor. It's all Denise. Without her, no one gets paid.
In the workshop we have Adam, Billy and AJ.
Adam has been with us from the start. He started his automotive apprenticeship in 2014 and now holds a National Certificate in Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. Adam loves cars which he has developed with his family who are all petrol heads.
Billy immigrated from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia and has been in automotive since 2013. He holds a Diploma in Motorsport Technology, a bachelor's degree in Automotive Engineering and is currently finishing his apprenticeship for a National Certificate in Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.
AJ has been in automotive since 2011 and is a fully qualified automotive technician with National Certificate in Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering level 4. AJ has a passion for cars and motorbikes, in particular off-road motorbikes.
Finally, we have Tas. He drinks coffee and talks a lot. He has National Certificate in Automotive Engineering and has owned 3 separate mechanical workshops since 1998. He has a passion for the automotive industry and enjoys the challenges of running an automotive business.
All the technicians attend ongoing training with AECS, which is the country's leading automotive training provider. Workshop 7 is a member of the Motor Trade Association (MTA) and the YES Association.
Serviced my BMW a few months back, really impressed and will absolutely use them in the future. They took the time to explain everything they'd done, including checking on a few things that I had no idea about to give me a really good overview of what maintenance will be needed in the coming year. Great work guys!
Very nice to have a capable team over the road from my workplace, it must be a first! Nice to be greeted on sight by name when I have been a customer for under 2 years. Our fleet of 3 cars have been serviced and WOF'ed without any concerns. It is great to see the enthusiasm and customer focus there.
Workshop 7 has a heart.
We're committed to self-imposed standards of environmental responsibility. New Zealand is our country and we love clean and green.
If you value caring for our environment, here's a few things you may not know about the way we work.
Oil & Oil Filters
Old oil filters are contained & crushed – a process that extracts all the used oil, then sends the metal to be recycled. Oil is captured and recycled to aid in heating systems for a number of businesses.
Used tyres are shredded & recycled, then used in many applications like playgrounds & equestrian arenas to minimise their environmental impact.
Cast Iron, Aluminum & Milled Steel waste generated in the process of mechanical repairs are separated and recycled.
Batteries are separated then the lead and plastic are recycled.
The workshop to the front desk, are committed to cardboard, paper, aluminum and rubbish. All of this is sorted, separated and recycled.