About Us

The Company

Autocross Euroshel started life as a family business back in 1973 and since producing the first vandal resistant GRP shelter in the 1980’s, it has continually evolved to become the modern manufacturer it is today.

Managing Director, Bill Cross is passionate about his products and what he doesn’t know about shelters probably isn’t worth knowing! Bill has developed the unique modular Euroshel System which means that designs can be easily adapted to the client’s needs. This combined with the use of high quality 304 and 316 grade stainless steel results in an end product which is both attractive and durable. This is evidenced by the fact that many of our shelters installed over 20 years ago are still standing and looking good.

A picture paints a 1000 words and we feel that the quality of our products is best demonstrated by the shelters we have installed. There is a large selection of photographs in our gallery showing the many and varied uses of our products.

The Specifics

We have a co-ordinated range of shelters including bus shelters, smoking shelters, cycle shelters and pay station shelters. There are discounts available for larger orders. Contact us with your specification and we will prepare an estimate of the various options with associated costs.

The versatile modular system is constructed from high quality, low maintenance materials – the framing system is constructed from stainless steel which offers durability and a high resistance to corrosion. This makes it ideal for coastal sites and we have numerous units installed in Blackpool and coastal towns in Cumbria. Glazing can be polycarbonate (clear or tinted), toughened or toughened laminated glass and we also offer a range of infill panels/kicker panels in a selection of colours.

The shelter has a flat roof option with a colour infill choice to customer RAL number or the translucent barrel roof option with coloured GRP end caps. We also supply integral stainless steel perch seating or free standing stainless steel seating.

Shelters are normally assembled on site and there is a choice of installation methods which can be carried out by us or your own maintenance team. These include bolting the shelter down or required installation into the ground depending on your site. Alternatively shelters can be collected from our factory premises in flat pack or ready assembled.

Please review our product pages and fill in our enquiry form and we will contact you with an estimate.