The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has launched a new website designed to highlight its activities in the trade as well as its range of member benefits.
The IAAF say it will allow members to access the latest association news and will also inform new visitors about the different services IAAF provides.
The new website also informs members of IAAF’s most recent lobbying activities, such as on MOT testing proposals and communication with Vauxhall over Zafira fires.
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive, said: “It is important we continue to heavily invest in the development of our member benefits and this launch signifies our commitment to promoting the IAAF and our members interests far and wide.
“We will regularly update the website to ensure members remain up-to-speed with developments crucial to the success of their business.”
The ‘member only’ section of the website has been designed to make it easier for IAAF’s members to gain insightful material relevant to the running of an aftermarket business, such as an Alternative Dispute Resolution scheme and a free legal helpline, both of which reflect the professional and supportive services IAAF provides.
Members can also access exclusive information regarding service providers, as well as any recent legislation affecting the industry.
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