CAT Awards 2023: Full shortlists announced

The longlists have been turned into shortlists and the information has been put top our judging panel.

CAT Awards 2023 logo

The winners will be announced at the CAT Awards 2023, to be held on Feb 9th at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester at lunchtime.

Tickets are on sale now, so don’t miss out – come and join us!


Training programme of the Year

TMD Masterclass

Delphi Technologies

NGK Academy

Mahle Aftermarket e-learning


Environmental Award



V Group



Garage of the Year

AAK Autos

Cleeveley EV

D&D Autos

Motorserv UK


Retailer of the Year

A1 Sleaford

Checkpoint Mold

Dunlops Shettleson

Thompsons Macclesfield


Motor Factor of the Year

Arnold Clark Autoparts

Motor Parts Direct 

GSF Car Parts

YMF (York Motor Factors)


Branch Team of the Year

HTC Hemel

FG7 Ltd

South Yorkshire Car Parts

Wilco Grimsby


Supplier of the Year



First Line

First Brands (Trico)



Toyota First


V Group


Industry Partner Award


Glen Callum Associates

Garage Hive 

Garage Services Online


Garage Concept of the Year






In addition to the Awards listed above, we also have two special ‘Editor’s Choice’ Awards. These are ‘Rising Stars’ which celebrates the up and coming in our industry and ‘Outstanding Achivement’ presented to an individual that has made a particular contribution to the industry.





Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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