The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has recognised ‘the leading lights in the automotive industry’ at its Annual Dinner.
Held this year at London’s Savoy hotel, the prestigious event was attended by around 380 leading industry figures and the IMI’s patron, HRH Prince Michael of Kent.
The focus was very much on the Skillmiles Awards, which aim to promote the skills agenda.
Steve Nash, chief executive of the IMI, commented: “The Skillmiles Awards provide a meaningful way to acknowledge those who have significantly contributed to the development of skills within the automotive sector.
“I would like to congratulate all those who have won awards and thank all of the contributors who have supported the IMI.”
Major award winners included:
Downie’s Garage (Micro Automotive Employer)
Thurlby Motors (Medium Automotive Employer)
Gus MacPherson (Individual / Sole Trader)
Macrae & Dick (Large Automotive Employer)
Jaguar Land Rover (Vehicle Manufacturer)
Andrew Page (Support Organisation)
Riverpark Training (Training Provider)
Derby and Sussex IMI Members Associations (IMI Member Associations)
Car-O-Liner (Special Ignition Award)