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Tallaght Ford achieves CSS standard

Customers of Tallaght Ford on Airton Road can be assured of the highest quality in repair work as the dealership has become the sole Ford dealer in the Capital to achieve the new CSS standard of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).

The new Certified Steel Standard (CSS) for vehicle bodyshop repairers in Ireland is a new voluntary programme which incorporates the industry standard specification for structural vehicle body repairs. The standard details the minimum requirements for competent personnel, equipment, suitable repair methods and quality of repair materials. Bodyshops are independently audited.

Tallaght Ford has a strong track records in vehicle repairs, and is the only Ford Authorised Bodyshop Repairer in Dublin. All makes and models of cars and vans are catered for at the dedicated facility on Airton Road.

Paul Molloy of Tallaght Ford commented: “We’re delighted to have met this new standard which will ensure our customers receive the very best service and standard of repairs when they experience the trauma or inconvenience of a crash.”

Eddie Murphy, Chairman and Managing Director of Ford Ireland added: “Tallaght Ford is one of our top performing dealerships and their achievement in meeting the CSS standard is another example of their drive to be industry standard bearers in everything they do.”

Alan Nolan, Director General of the SIMI commented: , “The CSS Standard was developed by our Body Repair Specialist as a mark of reassurance for structural damage repairs. This is a very high standard requiring significant investment and commitment of resources. It is a great achievement by Tallaght Ford and we congratulate them on their accomplishment.”