RMIF’s Kitemark bodyshop members get press promise

The Retail Motor Industry Federation has added its weight to the BSI’s bid to promote the Bodyshop Kitemark to motorists.

The Federation has committed to secure local press coverage for all of its bodyshop members that achieve the Kitemark.

Graham Threlfall, head of RMI Bodyshop, said: “It’s such a great achievement to gain a Kitemark, and a clear indicator to the public that they can expect high quality and safe repairs.”

Claire Lynam, head of communications at BSI EMEA, added: “The Kitemark is only awarded to bodyshops that meet the most stringent of criteria.

“It is recognised by 82% [and] trusted by 88% of the UK adult population so obtaining a Kitemark license for vehicle body repair will have a positive impact on the future of their business.”

Published by emmabutcher

Emma has been CAT's editor since January 2008. There isn't much she doesn't know about the aftermarket - and her favourite topic is definitely BER!

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