Klarius has issued an official ‘thanks’ for the trust and loyalty maintained by its customers and partners after it received a final report from the Department for Transport that fully vindicates the Klarius assertion that the issues it experienced over type-approval on some CATs last year was an administrative error.
Charles Greaves, operations director, said: “The most reassuring aspect of the final report is that it confirms precisely what we said at the time; namely that there was no issue raised regarding the premium quality and performance nature of our products.
“The administrative oversight that led to the issue was quickly resolved and we are entirely compliant both with the standards and the management of our type-approved range of CATs, DPFs and Exhausts.”
Chairman, Tony Wilson said: “Moving forwards, our efforts are being spent on improving our design and manufacturing processes still further, taking on the next set of challenges that include promoting the universal use of type-approved emissions products in the UK, including exhausts, which is still a glaring loop-hole in legislation when compared to Europe.”
Public and political consciousness
Wilson said that the VW emissions scandal has raised the issue of emissions and compliance to a point in the public and political consciousness that something can be done to improve the market as a whole.
Klarius Products continues to manufacture and supply over 1.5 million Exhausts, CATs and DPFs every year from its UK plant in the North Midlands and to campaign for full type-approval of emissions products in the UK.
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