The NBRA has Partnered with Quantum Technical to offer up a buying and selling opportunity for members through a Portal on our the association’s Members area' I'm a Member – NBRA – National Body Repair Association'. Here, NBRA members can list unwanted machinery and equipment and make it available to other repair sites across the UK. For help with finding out how to load an item, please follow this link to watch our "how to sell" guide For Sale | MyShopWatch.
The site will be available for the general trade (non-members) to view and, if interested, make an offer to potentially buy the item. However, only NBRA members can list an item, ensuring the standards that our NBRA members have signed up to give the site credibility.
Thomas Hudd, National Manager of the NBRA, can assist members in navigating the site on which members can list up to 5 items FOC as part of the launch, and the cost of listing items after that would be £9.99 + vat for items less than £999 and £19.99 + vat for items listed £1000 and above.
Chris Weeks, Director of NBRA said: “I believe there is a space where motor trade businesses can purchase good quality equipment from trusted retailers whilst also selling equipment on a credible and safe platform that upholds NBRA standards. For this reason, NBRA created Myshopwatch in collaboration with Quantum Technical to provide the platform as a service to our members. We already have a number of credible suppliers and repairers listing equipment, so, if you are an NBRA member and have items you want to list, now is your opportunity”.
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For more information, please contact Thomas Hudd at Thomas.Hudd@rmif.co.uk
About the RMI
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.