BSI TO ATTEND NAB NORTH REGIONAL MEETING

Published 18/02/2015 00:00:00 in Press Releases

The National Association of Bodyshops (NAB) is pleased to announce the attendance of BSI at their North Regional Meeting at Cleckheaton Golf Club on Wednesday 4 March 2015.

BSI has agreed to conduct a top level overview presentation on the differences between PAS 125, and the replacement British Standard BS 10125. BSI will also be available for a general question and answer session at the end of the meeting.

“Presenting at the NAB Regional Meetings is a great opportunity to engage with of our customers”, comments Robert Hine, Commercial Engagement Manager of BSI.

“It is important for us to provide clarity on the changes between PAS 125 and its replacement, BS 10125.” he concluded.

In addition to the attendance of BSI, the meeting will discuss the developments within the body repair and claims management sectors and will also include question and answer session with the Head of NAB’s retained legal advisers.

Frank Harvey Head of the NAB, comments, “BSI’s attendance strengthens an already fantastic agenda and line-up at this year’s North regional meeting.

“This regional meeting is shaping to be an ideal opportunity for any bodyshop to have their questions answered.” he explained

The NAB North Regional meeting is open to members and non-members. Attendance is free of charge, and the meeting starts at 10am and concludes with buffet lunch provided at 12.30pm.

To register either call 0845 305 4239 or email NAB@rmif.co.uk

 

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NOTES TO EDITORS:

Rupal Rawal, Communications Officer
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The Retail Motor Industry represents the interests of operators in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man providing sales and services to motorists and businesses. The RMI has a formal association with the independent Scottish Motor Trade Association which represents the retail motor industry in Scotland.

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