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Marriott Motor Group pick up 2 Audi Q-Power Awards

Mark Dockerill - Marriott Audi Brand Director and Ian Woodward - Group Operations DirectorThe East Anglia based Marriott Motor Group has won in two categories at Audi’s dealer network awards.

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Motors.co.uk partners with Confused.com

motors.co.uk logoMotors.co.uk has signed a partnership deal with price comparison firm Confused.com.

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IMI skeptical on Government apprenticeships target

Steve nashInstitute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has issued a statement questioning the feasibility of the new Government’s target of creating 3 million apprenticeships in 5 years.

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Pukka Pies adds Ivecos to its fleet

pukka fleetPukka Pies has added three Ivecos to its delivery fleet.

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Autodata’s Neil Brooks wins place on CIO100

nB-autodataThe Chief Technology Officer with Autodata, Neil Brooks, has been recognised as one of the UK’s leading drivers of business change and modernisation in his respective field.

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National Windscreens wins Ageas sole supply deal

national fitterNational Windscreens has been appointed as the sole supplier for all windscreen repair and replacement jobs booked through Ageas Insurance's dedicated Glass Line.

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Crewe Volkswagen sponsor rugby festival

VWx1Crewe Volkswagen has committed to the lead sponsorship role in the Sandbach RUFC annual Festival of Sport.

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ACFO fleet industry election

acfo sandallThree directors of fleet industry body ACFO are seeking re-election.

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Can't get the parts, don't worry, print them

3d printed gear housingThe age old problem of not being able to source parts for obscure or long since out of production cars is now officially a thing of the past thanks to 3D printing technology which has been used to restore an historic sports car which left the factory in 1927.

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