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NamaThe National Association of Motor Actions (NAMA) received the award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Motor Industry’ at this week’s Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) Annual Dinner.

NAMA has been recognised for its vehicle grading scheme which was developed to enhance transparency and make it easier for auction buyers to select the vehicles they want to buy, and in particular the NAMA Vehicle Appraiser Training Course. The course is accredited by the IMI and is designed to train members to standardise vehicle appraisals throughout the UK Motor Industry. NAMA has trained over 500 appraisers so far.

Louise Wallis, Head of NAMA commented, “On behalf of NAMA we are honoured to have received this prestigious award.

“The Automotive Retail Industry is one of the fastest moving in the UK and we have developed these schemes in order for industry professionals to increase their productivity and take pride in their career and industry.”


Posted by Sue Robinson on 11/03/2016