‘TREAT BODYSHOPS FAIRLY’ PLEAD NAB

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spraygun‘Treating Bodyshops Fairly’ was the theme at the National Association of Bodyshops (NAB) first regional meeting held at Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire.

The event exclusively for bodyshops was an opportunity for attendees to discuss current issues affecting the industry. Topics on the agenda included the current Competition and Market Authority’s (CMA) Private Motor Insurance Market Investigation, BS10125 and the proposition of the implementation of an industry ‘Lead Body’.

Frank Harvey Head of the NAB commented, “It was encouraging to see so many bodyshops expressing their views, and we will be using this input to ensure we continue to deliver what our members needs.

“We’ve had some very positive feedback from attendee’s who found the event extremely beneficial and enabled them to voice their opinions and concerns on industry issues.

“On behalf of the NAB I would like to thank those who made it such an outstanding event, and we hope to hold yet another successful meeting at our next roadshow on June 11 in Cannock”.

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