Two new members join IAAF council
The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has announced that two new members have joined the IAAF council, increasing its pool of experienced industry professionals to further strengthen its ranks. The council, a voluntary group of aftermarket individuals that come together regularly to debate industry issues and IAAF policy, welcomes both Kevin Kelly, sales director at Bosch and Chris Chapman, head of sales at Moove Lubricants.
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive, said: “It is excellent to not only have one new member but two – both of whom I have no doubt will be valuable contributors to the IAAF council. I’m sure the entire IAAF will benefit from their experience and expertise.”
Kevin Kelly said: “I’m delighted to be playing a very active role in the IAAF and aim to provide both ideas and support that will enable the independent aftermarket to continue to thrive and develop.”
Chris Chapman said: “With so much happening currently, including post-Brexit, type approval legislation and the recent MOT proposed changes being scrapped, there is certainly plenty for me to get my teeth into, and I very much look forward to seeing what we can do further as an organisation to support the aftermarket.”