Irish market to learn from UK approach to automotive salvage
- April 29, 2019
- Posted by: Salih Tahir
- Category: IBIS News
IBIS Ireland is now only few days away. This is the must-attend, annual event for the body repair industry in Eire and is set to gather repairers, vehicle manufacturers, insurers, suppliers and other key stakeholders at the Castleknock Hotel near Dublin on 2 May 2019.
Our panel discussion will be a real draw for anyone interested or involved in vehicle salvage. If you work with any end-of-life vehicles, you’ll get the latest on upcoming changes to what is currently a challenging area. If you an insurance company, you’ll get the inside track on different categories of salvage.
The panellists will discuss salvage best practice in the UK and how it can be adopted in the Irish market. The UK has embraced the new ABI salvage code and developed the AQP training programme and necessary qualifications. In Ireland there is no such salvage code, no legislation, no regulation, no mandatory requirement for training or exams to the standards of the AQP.
To find out more, visit the IBIS website agenda page on the IBIS Ireland 2019 section of the IBIS website – www.ibisworldwide.com – here you’ll find the full line-up of expert speakers who will leave delegates with the insight and knowhow to face the challenges in everyday business and develop long term strategies.
Delegate bookings are now being taken – to secure your place or to find out more, contact Jonny Hyams at [email protected].
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