CAT Awards 2022 – Winners announced

The CAT Awards 2022, sponsored by Parts Plus, have taken place at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester.

A capacity crowd of around 140 delegates watched the live event on Thursday, March 10.

Drinks reception at CAT Awards 2022

The winners are as follows: 

Industry Partner  Impression

Supplier of the Year  First Line

Retailer of the Year   A1 McGanns

Environmental Award  NGK

Branch Team of the Year   Arnold Clark Autoparts Glasgow

Achievement Award Quentin LeHetet (GiPA)

Factor Chain of the Year  LKQ Euro Car Parts

Rising Stars Rallysport Engineering

Independent Garage Lindley’s Autocentres

Training Award LKQ Academy

Apart from listening to the Awards, guests tucked in to a delicious white fish lunch while listening to a fascinating interview with WRC driver Elfyn Evans. They were also treated to cocktails in the drinks reception sponsor’s colours and were sketched by caricature artist Francesco Tassi.

Greg Whitaker, CAT’s Editor said: “It was great to feel such energy at a live event once again. I hope and believe that everyone who attended enjoyed some face-to-face networking once again as much as I did. Heartfelt congratulations to all of our winners and thanks to all of the sponsors”.


Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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