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BS10125:2014 - Have you seen our i-PAS system yet?

The British Standard for vehicle damage repair process, BS10125 has in excess of 1000 Bodyshops that are licensed to display the acclaimed Kitemark logo. 

The current version, BS10125:2014 addresses the latest technological innovation in the motor industry and best practices within Bodyshops. 

BS10125 is now a Full British Standard, and is the repair industries benchmarked technical specification for the repair process of damaged motor vehicle bodywork.   Our objective in assisting you in implementing your BS10125 processes, will always be, to do so in the most effective and efficient manner, ensuring your business, gains the greatest advantage from a thoughtfully constructed and systematically implemented programme, ensuring that all time and cost constraints are rigorously controlled to a minimum.

Your Repair Quality Standard is the one true engine that drives the effectiveness of your processes. Contact us to day for an informal , no obligation chat on how we are best able to help you, save you money and get you the results you require. 

We can provide VDA Development with your BS10125 Implementation if so desired

Once you have gained your BS10125 accreditation, we recommend you consider our industry focused 'Market your Way to Profit' programme.  It is aimed at ensuring your clients know and understand the lengths that you have gone to to ensure that they receive the highest level of service and care, when their vehicles are repaired by your team.


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Updated April 2019

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