Automotive and motor insurance and claims sector specialist, Industry Insights, is delighted to announce that SYNETIQ, an IAA company (NYSE: IAA), have renewed their contract with Industry Insights as the Connected Solutions Partner for Green Parts and Salvage. In addition, SYNETIQ has signed-up as a ‘Gold sponsor’ of Industry leading data provider, Trend Tracker.
Industry Insights provide insurers, fleets, vehicle manufacturers and bodyshops with a unique supply chain solution – that’s Connected Solutions (CS) – and as one of the UK’s leading integrated vehicle salvage, dismantling and recycling company, SYNETIQ is critical to the delivery of CS’s industry-leading end-to-end motor claims model.
Steve Thompson, Managing Director, Industry Insights, said: “We have worked with SYNETIQ since the very early days of Connected Solutions and have since watched their rise in becoming one of the UK’s leading vehicle salvage, dismantling and recycling specialists. We are excited about using all resources at our disposal to support SYNETIQ on their continued growth journey, our industry data, consultancy and engagement services will hopefully serve SYNETIQ well for the next chapter in our relationship.”
Sarah Hirst, Client and Green Parts Director at SYNETIQ said: “We’re delighted to renew our contract with Industry Insights and we look forward to continuing to work closely with them over the coming months. As a leader in our industry, we have a lot to offer in terms of salvage and green parts, so the relationship presents an exciting opportunity to develop our business solutions alongside Industry Insights.”
Paul Sell, Associate Director, Industry Insights and Trend Tracker, added: “We are thrilled to welcome SYNETIQ as a new Gold Sponsor, joining a growing list of Trend Tracker support since we acquired the business one year ago. We really appreciate their support which allows us to provide the industry with industry-leading data and insight through a period of significant change. From rising costs to rapidly changing vehicle technology, we continue to keep our finger on the pulse.”
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