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Car Transplants awarded second ISO certification

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Car Transplants achieve a second ISO certification for information security controls.

Car Transplants Limited, one of the country’s leading auto recyclers, has been awarded the International Standard Organisation ISO 27001 Certification.


This certifies that Car Transplants has robust information security controls in place to protect client data. Only companies that can meet the standard as judged by an independent, accredited team of auditors is awarded this certification.

This 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”.

It’s not that long ago we brought you news of their innovative mint-green scheme. We covered this development, which is designed to enhance the appeal of nearly new car parts in an article here. To learn more about Car Transplants please visit their website here.

June 2017


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