ATS Euromaster has been granted a Royal Warrant as tyre specialists to Her Majesty The Queen. The Birmingham-based company’s existing Warrant to The Queen was reviewed by the Royal Household Warrants Committee and extended until 2018.
Before the Royal seal of approval was once again bestowed on ATS Euromaster, the firm had to prove it could not only continue to offer the highest standards of expertise, but that it was a socially responsible company.
It provided detailed evidence of the work it has undertaken to reduce its impact on the environment, and of the valuable efforts it makes in terms of its corporate social responsibility. As a result, the company and its 2,600 staff can now look forward to another five years of serving The Queen, as well as the country.
Ian Stuart, Group Managing Director of ATS Euromaster, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have retained our Royal Warrant.
“It is a major coup in a competitive market and it is a reflection of the hard work our dedicated and experienced team puts into supporting all our customers, from The Queen and major national fleets, to small businesses and private motorists.
“It was a huge honour when we first learned we were receiving the Royal Warrant and to have retained it for another five years is a fantastic achievement. This is a great way to start 2013.”
The Royal Arms will continue to appear as part of the livery on all of ATS Euromaster’s mobile service vehicles – which total nearly 1,000 in strength – plus on all corporate stationery and on its website.
ATS Euromaster is one of several well-known automotive brands which hold a Royal Warrant, including premium car manufacturers Land Rover and Aston Martin.
For further information about Royal Warrants, visit www.royalwarrant.org.
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