Kitemark boost

Crash repair network makes BSI scheme mandatory at all branches

Published:  09 July, 2007

COLLISION repair chain Just Car Clinics has delivered a boost to the Thatcham BSI Kitemark for crash repair.

The chain, the UK's second largest independent collision repair group, has made the scheme mandatory at each of its 19 sites.

Barry Whittles, chief executive of Just Car Clinics, said the announcement was part of the group's commitment to improving standards within the body shop indutry.

The Thatcham BSI Kitemark aims to encourage good practice in key areas of body shop business, including staff skills, workshop capabilities and quality procuedures.

Just Car Clinics was established in 2003 and currently repairs approximately 30,000 vehicles a year throughout the UK.

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