ISO 9001:2000 is the most commonly used international standard of quality assurance that provides a framework for an effective QMS. The system will ensure continued consistency and improvement of working practices, which in turn will provide products and services that meet customer's requirements.
Autosheen is the UK's no. 1 market leader in mobile vehicle valeting, serving the needs of major leasing, fleet, insurance companies and also the motoring public across the UK. The organisation prides itself at being at the top of the market and as the only national and professional organisation in its market sector.
The driver for seeking ISO 9001:2000 registration was to continue to attract potential national contracts, specifically lease and fleet management companies. Peter Butler, CEO of Autosheen, commented: 'Our day-to-day procedures of delivering a quality service to our clients and franchisee's, has been recognised by this award. We are now equipped to continue to drive our business plan forward; enabling us to target further multi-national blue chip clients that will also benefit from our business franchise partner network.'
Autosheen was established in 1984 and pioneered the original business concept of bringing the car wash to the car. Since then Autosheen has become one the UK's leading mobile specialist vehicle valeting company, with a national network of established business franchisees spanning across Britain.
Autosheen is part of Myhome International PLC (www.myhomeplc.com). Myhome is a multi-product multi-branded franchise operator, specialising in the provision of premium residential services, with its franchisee network of over 250 outlets. Originally established by Unilever, Myhome was acquired in October 2001 and joined Ofex in January 2002, floating on A.I.M in December 2006. Unilever retain a significant shareholding in the Company. Since then, Myhome PLC has been completely transformed into the UK's fastest growing Home Services Franchisors with franchise partners across the UK.
Published: 8 January 2007
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