motor vehicle body assembler


Motor vehicle body assemblers fasten motor vehicle body parts and components together such as frames, doors, chassis and hoods. They use hand tools, power tools and other equipment such as CNC machines or robots. They read technical plans and use automated assembling equipment to build motor vehicle bodies. They inspect individual parts for malfunctions and check the quality of assemblies to make sure the standards are met and the specifications respected. Motor vehicle body assemblers report any assembly issues to their supervisor.

Alternative label

  • coach body assembler

  • lorry body assembler

  • truck body assembler

  • bus body assembler

  • motorcycle body assembler

  • vehicle production body assembler

  • car body assembler

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