Award wins and finalists for Selsia repairers

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12th October 2021

Selsia approved repairers had a fantastic evening at the ABP British Bodyshop Awards 2021 on 11th October at the InterContinental London – The O2, winning awards in various insurance and other work provider categories. The event has become not only the biggest bodyshop awards ceremony in the UK, but also the biggest in the world.

Notable winners included Premier Bodyworks who won HGV Bodyshop of the Year, Steer Automotive Group scooping up 5 category wins including Car Bodyshop of the Year, Customer Excellence and Jaguar Land Rover Network Bodyshop of the Year, XL Motors won BSI Kitemark Excellence-Client Managers Choice, Axiom Accident Repair Centres winning BSI Kitemark Excellence Multi-site Organisation and Innovation Group Repairer of the Year. Carbody Banbury won BSI Kitemark Excellence-Small Independents, Motofix Group won COVID-19 Resilience and Apprentice Mentor of the Year, awarded to Stuart Gore who sadly passed away on 2nd October, Cragg & Roberts won Network Independent Bodyshop and Ashford Accident Repair Centre won Manufacturer Bodyshop of the Year.

Special congratulations also go to Selsia finalists MJ Warner in Buntingford, A&R Vehicle Services, Wednesbury, Ross Gordon, Avonmouth, C&C Vehicle Services, Wolverhampton, North East Accident Repair Centre, Alton Cars Group, Merseyside Car Hospital, Birkenhead, Express Bodyworks, Wolverhampton, Mitchell Inglis, Glasgow, AD Williams Group and DK Autos, Aldershot.

These awards are testimony to the hard work, dedication and professionalism of these repairers and who form the backbone, along with the rest of our repairers, of the approved Selsia network right across the UK.



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