New IAAF vice-president named

The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has named a new vice president.

Kevin Kelly, sales director Mobility Aftermarket, Robert Bosch, has taken on the prestigious role

He will then become president in 2025, succeeding current incumbent Craig McCracken who will join the IAAF board, supporting chief executive Mark Field.

Kevin has more than 34 years’ experience in both OE and the automotive aftermarket enjoying various roles with tier one suppliers.

“I’m honoured to be getting more involved in the IAAF’s work and its support of the automotive aftermarket,” said Kelly.

“A key focus of mine and of the federation’s, is skills training and recruitment for our sector, and I look forward to offering my expertise and experience in this area, for the benefit of the entire supply chain.”

Craig McCracken, IAAF president said: “The IAAF is on an incredible journey reaching wider than ever before. I’m delighted to welcome such an experienced aftermarket individual as Kevin into the role of vice-president and look forward to working with him to drive the federation’s ambitions forward in the coming year and beyond.”

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