We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Cheshire High Sheriff’s Awards in both categories we entered:-
Roberts Bakery Family Business Award of Excellence
Cheshire Business Exporter of the Year
‘The High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise are Cheshire’s most prestigious Awards for business performance. The High Sheriff’s Awards are your opportunity to shine and demonstrate you are an outstanding Cheshire business.’
Car Transplants have held ISO 14001:2004 since 2011 but were accredited with the new ISO14001:2015 standard last week and are proud to be one of the first in the country to achieve the transition. Achieving the ISO 14001 standard certifies that Car Transplants has robust environmental management controls in place and has a firm commitment to improving the environment as well as compliance with other countries environmental regulations. The certification is awarded only to those companies that can meet the standard as judged by an independent, accredited team of auditors.
This accreditation is the second ISO accolade Car Transplants have secured this year after gaining ISO 27001 in May 2017 which shows that Car Transplants has robust information security controls in place to protect client data.
Mark Schofield – Managing Director said “We are constantly striving to meet the highest environmental standards within the industry as we are the UKs premium salvage provider. This has been achieved through the continuous professional development, dedication and hard work of all our staff and robust management systems throughout the business”.
To learn more about Car Transplants please visit www.car-transplants.co.uk
‘For greener motoring that doesn’t cost the earth, use recycled parts’
Car Transplants are delighted to have been put forward as finalists for the South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce Business Awards 2017 for two categories!!
Ambassador of the Year and International Trader of the Year.
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Just in case you missed it on its fifth year! This year’s event will add more than £4,000 to the £20,500 total already raised from the four previous events
Money raised came not only from registration fees but also in cash and kind from a number of sponsors, including main sponsor Car Transplants.
Charities to benefit from this year’s event are The Teenage Cancer Trust, Cheshire Academy of Integrated Sports and Arts and Alzheimer’s Society .
It was a truly m…emorable event, not only for those taking part but also for the hundreds spectators who saw the parade of cars passing through the centre of Nantwich
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CAR TRANSPLANTS AWARDED ISO 27001 CERTIFICATION FOR INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT
Car Transplants Limited, an industry leader in complete salvage management, has been awarded the International Standard Organisation ISO 27001 Certification. Achieving the ISO 27001 standard certifies that Car Transplants has robust information security controls in place to protect client data. The certification is awarded only to those companies that can meet the standard as judged by an independent, accredited team of auditors.
This accreditation is the second ISO accolade Car Transplants have secured after gaining and upholding the Environment Management System, ISO 14001, in June 2011. This shows Car Transplants are dedicated to putting in place and maintaining the correct management systems to ensure the protection of both the environment and information security.
John Schofield – Managing Director said “We are constantly striving to meet the highest standards within the industry as we are the UKs premium salvage provider. This has been achieved through the continuous professional development of staff and management systems throughout the business”.
To learn more about Car Transplants please visit www.car-transplants.co.uk .
A record number of delegates this year descended upon the Coombe Abbey and the feedback confirmed that it was both enjoyable, interesting and of considerable benefit to all delegates. Over and above the actual AGM which conjured up a number of questions relating to the Salvage Code of Practice and air bags, a marvelous buffet lunch was enjoyed by all, following which four speakers addressed the audience. These included representation from the Fraud section of Lloyds Bank, a real eye opener to companies at risk from Fraud, both electronic and by telephone. The Tyre Recovery Association with whom the BVSF has now effectively joined forces in an attempt to implement a code of practice for the sale of part worn tyres. The Environment Agency relating to illegal operators, amongst a number of other subjects and Jason Cross from Fab Recycling talking about how to improve your business and make your customer WANT to come back to you. The first feedback to be received after the event read as follows… Many thanks for your kind hospitality at the AGM Seminar on Thursday. A thoroughly enjoyable dinner and some very good speakers during the day. Congratulations for putting on another great event. BVSF’s Roger West said, “It is these sort of comments that make the organisational hard work very worthwhile.” There was a themed evening meal loosely based on Downton Abbey (Aptly named Downtrodden Abbey) for the event, was excellent and for the second year running Table 1 got the murderer again (It was the cook!).
The evening was rounded off with the presentation of the Combellack Award to John Schofield and his team at Car Transplants, a very worthy recipient and a lifetime achievement award to Bernard Simpson of Simpson Brothers. Bernard has been retired from the industry for some years but was a member of the BVSF almost from inception and still shows huge interest in the industry, attending the AGM every year. The BVSF would like to thank Kevin Robinson of Lloyds Bank, Peter Taylor of The Tyre Recovery Association, Tania Tucker of the Environment Agency and Jason Cross of FAB Recycling for their excellent presentations, also they would like to thank the following special guests who gave up their time to attend the event. They are Les Elliott of Allianz insurance, Paul Hallet of BIS, Nigel Williams of BEN, Ali McQueen of the CARS Team, Mark Hyde of WAMITAB and Steve Rooney of Plum Publishing. Finally a big thank you goes to all the delegates who of course made the event the success that it was.