The British Bodyshop Awards - Awarding Companies

The British Bodyshop Awards is an all-new event, brought to you by the team from ABP Club.
It is an evening of celebration, to celebrate our great UK body repair industry and those who work in it.

All the awards presented will go to bodyshops or bodyshop personnel.

We have invited leading insurers, accident management companies and vehicle manufacturers to join together and present THEIR award to the leading bodyshop in THEIR network.

In alphabetical order, the current participating companies are:

Ageas. Ageas is the UK's fourth largest private motor insurer based on AM Best analysis of 2010 FSA data (measured by vehicles in the UK). Click here to see their finalists
Ai Claims Solutions. Ai Claims Solutions is the UK's 4th largest Accident Management company, according to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook. Click here to see their finalists
Allianz Insurance. Allianz Insurance is the UK's eleventh largest motor insurer with gross written premiums of £386m in 2010, according to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook. Click here to see their finalists
Axa Commercial Lines. Axa Insurance's Commercial division was the UK's seventh largest commercial motor insurer in 2010 by gross written premium, according to ABI data. Click here to see their finalists
Citroen. Citroen is the UK's 10th largest vehicle manufacturer by sales volume, selling almost 68,500 new cars in 2011. It has 124 sites in its approved bodyshop network. Click here to see their finalists
Direct Line Insurance Group. Direct Line Insurance Group (formerly RBS), which includes the Direct Line, Churchill and NIG brands, is the UK's largest motor insurer. It had over £2.4bn worth of gross written premium in 2010, according to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook. Click here to see their finalists
Elite Incident Management. Elite is the 24th largest Accident Management company according to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook. Click here to see their finalists
Ford Motor Company. Ford is the UK's number 1 vehicle manufacturer by sales volume, selling over 265,000 new cars in 2011. Ford also launched its own award winning accident management service in 2011, and has over 150 sites in its bodyshop network. Click here to see their finalists
Honda. Honda sold over 50,000 new cars into the UK market in 2011, and has a very successful write off avoidance programme. Honda has 138 sites in its approved bodyshop network according to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook. Click here to see their finalists
Innovation Group. Innovation Group, which includes the Motorcare and Nobilas brands, is the UK's 5th largest accident management company by turnover. According to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook, its estimated turnover for 2011 was £110m. Click here to see their finalists
Nationwide Network Services. Nationwide Network Services is the accident management arm of Nationwide Accident Repair Services plc, and is the UK's 11th largest accident management company by turnover. According to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook, its estimated turnover for 2011 was £30m. Click here to see their finalists
Peugeot. Peugeot is the UK's 7th largest vehicle manufacturer by sales volume, selling almost 95,000 new cars in 2011. It has 173 sites in its approved bodyshop network. Click here to see their finalists
RSA Insurance. RSA Insurance is the UK's fourth largest motor insurer with gross written premiums of £1.2bn in 2010, according to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook.
Thatcham. Thatcham provide a unique range of products and services to the insurance and motor repair industries. Thatcham have an important role to play in raising the image of the body repair industry and addressing skills shortages, and with its dedicated apprentice centre, opened in 2005, it makes a major contribution to the training of young technicians. Click here to see their finalists
Vauxhall. Vauxhall is the UK's number 2 vehicle manufacturer by sales volume, selling over 234,000 new cars in 2011. Vauxhall has over 130 sites in its bodyshop network. Click here to see their finalists
Vizion Network. Vizion consists of two networks - Prestige (103 sites) and Mainstream (190 sites). It provides national coverage, with all members providing management information via the Autoflow system. Click here to see their finalists
Zurich Insurance. Zurich Insurance is the UK's sixth largest motor insurer with estimated gross written premiums of £720m in 2010, according to the ABP Club 2011/12 Industry Yearbook. Click here to see their finalists
 
 

  

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