Pictures: Winners crowned at IAAF Awards

Winners were crowned at the annual Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) Awards, which celebrated those who had succeeded in what was a difficult and challenging year for the sector.

Chief executive Mark Field hailed the event, held in Milton Keynes, “a resounding success” as eight gongs were handed out.

He added: “I’m delighted that we could bring the industry together in such a way.”

Speaking about 2024, Field said: “The Federation is on a journey with its members and our events are a key part of this success. 2024 promises even greater strides with a new website, consumer campaigns, more events and a new motor factor training program.”

 

 Full IAAF Awards winners

Car Distributor of the Year (Sponsored by WAI):

Winner – LKQ Euro Car Parts

Highly Commended – Rays Garage Supplies

CV Distributor of the Year (Sponsored by Fras-Le):

Winner – HGV Direct

Highly Commended – CV Components

Car Supplier of the Year (Sponsored by Elcome):

Winner – Bilstein Group

Highly Commended – Juratek

CV Supplier of the Year (Sponsored by Boswell Insurance):

Winner – GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK

Highly Commended – Exol

Service Supplier of the Year (Sponsored by GSF Car Parts):

Winner – Boswell Insurance

Highly Commended – Techman

Outstanding Garage Contribution of the Year (Sponsored by Automechanika): 

Winner – Louise Baker of Womanic

Product of the Year (Sponsored by Arnold Clark Autoparts):

Winner – SMP Europe for EGR Valves

Highly Commended – Ring Automotive for RTC4000/Cordless Rechargeable Tyre Inflator

Outstanding Achievement: Nick Hayes of TMD Friction UK

 

 

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