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Ace AutoBody History


 

1980

 

Ace Autobody Ltd is formed and operates from a premises in Haddon Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3.

 

1981

  Ace Autobody Ltd relocates to Fairview.

 

1982

  Paul Plunkett joins Ace Autobody Ltd. At that stage the company employed 6 staff.
     

 

1989

  Paul Plunkett acquires a shareholding in the company and sets out on an expansion programme.

 

1995

  Ace make research visits to the USA, Germany and the UK.

 

2001

  Ace extend the Fairview facility making it the largest state-of-the-art bodyshop in Ireland employing 42 staff.

 

2004

  Ace open the Finglas facility.

 

2007

  Ace open the Longmile Road facility.  This is an AXA branded bodyshop owned and operated by Ace Autobody Ltd.

 

2008

  Ace open the Bray facility.

 

2008

  A fleet of mobile estimators is launched.

 

2009

  Ace receive approvals from Mercedes and Honda.

 

2010

  Ace open the Naas facility.

 

2010

  Ace Autobody acquire the Clareview Auto Repair Centre in Limerick and Ace Autobody Limerick Ltd is formed.

 

2010

  Ace’s Central Management Unit ‘CMU’ is established providing a single point of contact for customers and work providers.
     

2011

  Ace open their seventh bodyshop in Kells, Co Meath

 

2012

  The facility at Fairview is completely refurbished providing the latest industry repair methods and standards.
     

2013

 

Ace Autobody employ over 100 staff through its network of bodyshops. Ace are continuing to look to expand to other locations over the coming years.

     

2013

 

Ace receive approvals for Audi and Volkswagen

     

2014

 

 Ace Autobody achieve the Certified Steel Standard

     

 2015

   Ace Autobody wins the Dublin and National Bodyshop of the Year at the Irish Auto Trade awards for 2015.
     

2015

  Ace Autobody retain the Dublin Bodyshop of the Year and go forward for the National title at the Irish Auto Trade awards in October.