Bull, whose previous roles include six years at the RMI and two years at Zürich says: “The club has gained credibility but now needs to expand. This requires additional resources and time, which I am here to provide. I feel that I can bring my skills, experience and knowledge to help the club move forward.”
Bull has hit the ground running with the implementation of the ABP Club’s new strategy and standards board. The board comprises of Andy Blair of ADR, Chris Oliver of AJC Wilson Fix Auto, Tony Parish from Alton Cars, Richard Fagan from Autodex, Dave Shepherd of Deejay accident repair centres, Neil Kirk from Howard Basford, Mick Whitehead from M&M Vehicle Repairs and Paul Marden from Sewards Bodyshop.
Mick Whitehead, board member and managing director of M&M Vehicle Repairs, says: “The ABP Club strategy and standards board is excellent news for the body repair industry as a whole. The ABP Club is engaging with work providers on real and pressing industry issues in a professional and constructive way.
“The formation of the strategy and standards board is an exciting initiative in what are very difficult and demanding times for bodyshops.”