Two firms join IAAF

Engineering firm Gosnay’s and cataloguing specialist Rain Data have joined the IAAF.

Mike Smallbone

Established in 1935 by Ledger Gosnay, Gosnay’s has established itself as a leader in providing precision workshop services and the supplying of engine components for vehicles of all types and ages, whether for competition or on-road and off-road use.

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Meanwhile, Rain Data provides data cataloguing to aftermarket companies of all sizes, from small start-ups to globally recognised brands. Its aim is to help clients remove the time-consuming challenges associated with parts cataloguing, data conversion and data cleansing, which in turn will allow them to concentrate on promoting their products.

Mike Smallbone, Head of Membership Development at the IAAF, comments: “Last year was another busy but productive year, as the industry continued to make great steps towards futureproofing the automotive aftermarket”.

 

 

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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