Nominations now open for Automechanika Birmingham Garage Awards 2023

Nominations are now open for the Automechanika Birmingham Garage Awards 2023, hosted by the IAAF.

The awards will be presented on 7th June at the Hilton Metropole NEC, the second day of the Automechanika Birmingham show, which runs from 6th to 8th June. 

The awards will celebrate the very best of the garage industry and acknowledge the commitment and dedication independent garages and technicians have made to ensuring affordable mobility in the UK over the past few years.

There are eight categories at the Automechanika Birmingham Garage Awards 2023, including: 

  • Garage of the Year 
  • Best Independent Garage – Single-Site
  • Best Independent Garage – Multi-Site
  • Best Community initiative
  • ‘Auto-Mechanik’ of the year 
  • Best marketing award
  • Best customer service award
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

Nominations for each award can be made here Criteria on each award can be found on the IAAF website here and multiple entries will be accepted. 

Unsung heroes represented at Automechanika Birmingham Garage Awards

Shortlisted companies / individuals will receive two free tickets to the awards evening, which takes place on Wednesday 7 June 2023 at Hilton Metropole (NEC), 7pm. The event features networking, awards and prize giving, a three-course meal and entertainment.

Mark Field, IAAF chief executive, said: “Independent garages are often the unsung heroes of our trade, and we hope the Automechanika Birmingham Garage Awards will play a key part in highlighting the brilliant work the sector and individuals have done in recent years to keep UK motorists moving.”

The IAAF represents the largest number of motor factors and suppliers in the automotive aftermarket. To strengthen the federation’s lobbying and networking power, it is adding garages into membership bringing the supply chain closer together. The organisation fights for the rights of the entire aftermarket supply chain to access vehicle repair information to ensure they are on a level playing field with vehicle manufacturers, and the federation proactively lobbies the Government to ensure this can happen.

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