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TrustFord achieves GoodCorporation Accreditation

Stuart Foulds, the chairman and chief executive of TrustFord

TrustFord has been globally recognised for its company-wide corporate responsibility with accreditation to the GoodCorporation Standard for a second time.

The UK’s largest Ford dealer group was assessed on its governance, customer relations, supplier management, labour standards, health and safety, environmental impact and corporate social responsibility to ensure “good practice is deep-rooted within the whole organisation”.

This accreditation is only awarded to businesses who, after a process of rigorous interviews, demonstrate responsible management within all levels of the organisation.

Stuart Foulds, chairman and chief executive at TrustFord (pictured), said:  “I’m absolutely delighted that TrustFord has received accreditation to the GoodCorporation Standard. This reflects our commitment to transparency and exceptional ethics across our business.

“We have two fundamental objectives: to drive the standard in customer care and provide our colleagues with a working environment in which they can thrive, so I am immensely proud this has been recognised.”

TrustFord colleagues from across the UK and the Channel Islands recently gathered together to celebrate the exceptional performance of teams and individuals in the business at its annual Excellence Awards. The awards recognise those across the business who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in many of the areas covered by the GoodCorporation Standard.

Earlier this year the dealer group was once again listed in The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For ranking of the UK's top employers. It placed 23rd in the employee voted ranking.

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