CAT Awards 2023: Winners announced

The annual CAT Awards has taken place at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester.

CAT Awards 2023 trophy

Around 150 guests attended the event sponsored by LKQ Euro Car Parts, where they enjoyed a delicious lunch and listened to a Q and A with four times BTCC champion Colin Turkington who regaled the audience with tales from the track. The afternoon was hosted by radio personality (and former CAT staff writer) James Cannon, while there was also a magician on hand to entertain the crowd at the post-Awards drinks.

However, the main event was the Awards. This year we had eleven categories,  covering every aspect of  the modern aftermarket. All of the categories from previous years were awarded in 2023, with the addition of Garage Scheme of the Year.

CAT Editor Greg Whitaker said: “We had a superb and completely full CAT Awards this year. I’d like to congratulate all of the winners, and say a special thank-you to Colin Turkington and everyone that has worked so hard to make the event possible”.

 

The winners of the CAT Awards 2023 are as follows:

Training Scheme of the Year (sponsored by First Brands)

Delphi Technologies for the Delphi Academy

Environmental Award (sponsored by Mahle)

V Group

Garage of the Year (Sponsored by Toyota First)

AAK Autos

Retailer of the Year (sponsored by NOCO)

A1 Sleaford

Motor Factor of the Year (sponsored by UFI)

Arnold Clark Autoparts

Branch Team (sponsored by Boswell)

FG7 ltd.

Supplier of the Year

Bosch

Rising Stars (sponsored by Octane Recruitment)

Alex Lindley

Industry Partner Award (sponsored by Automechanika Birmingham)

Garage Services Online

Garage Concept of the Year

Autocare

Achievement Award (Sponsored by YCI)

Maria McCullough

 

Check back next week where we’ll have more details on each of the winners and lots of great pics from the event!

 

 

 

 

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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