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Plaistow bodyshop gets national award

07:00 19 November 2012

Marc Fossaluzza and Garry Winckley of Dagenham Motors and Ford Retail with the award

Marc Fossaluzza and Garry Winckley of Dagenham Motors and Ford Retail with the award

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A bodyshop in Plaistow has won a national award for providing outstanding customer service and going the extra mile in a challenging environment.

The facility at Dagenham Motors in Plaistow Road, Plaistow, has been recognised by the Auto Body Professionals Club.

Dagenham Motors were named ‘Franchised Bodyshop Group of the Year’ at an award ceremony in front of 400 industry peers. The annual awards are held to acknowledge the work being carried out within the bodyshop industry as well as recognising the challenges presented by an ever changing market.

Garry Winckley, Group Aftersales Director at Dagenham Motors, said: “We are delighted to receive this award. To receive recognition from your industry peers is something that we are tremendously proud of and it is testimony to the hard work and dedication shown by our staff to focus on delivering the highest possible standard of repair and customer service.”

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