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Selsia scoops major accolade

Selsia Vehicle Accident Centres has been voted the UK’s favourite accident management company – including credit hire companies – in the 2018 Repairers’ Choice Awards.

The awards are run by the Auto Body Professionals Club (ABP Club), which has more than 2,500 individual members from all sides of the UK body repair industry, and were presented at the 2018 ABP Night of Knights event at the Vox Conference Centre, Birmingham.

Selsia’s award pays testament to the company’s ability to take over the hassle and complications involved in managing accident repairs. The business was established in 2009 by a management team with extensive experience in the accident repair industry, who were looking to shorten the accident repair supply chain, reduce vehicle loss of use and remove unnecessary costs for vehicle fleet operators.

Commenting on the achievement, Neil Marcus, Selsia’s marketing director, said: “As one of the newest entrants in the accident management sector, we are immensely proud to have won this prestigious award where we were up against 29 other accident management companies as listed in the ABP Club Industry Year Book 2018-2019.

“This is a major endorsement by our approved network of highly professional car, van and heavy commercial vehicle accident repairers with whom we all work extremely well as a cohesive and service driven team, helped by the fact that we treat every one of our repairers in a fair and ethical manner. This award is also a fantastic tribute to our hard-working operations, call centre and accounts team as these are the people who are in daily contact with our repairers.

“Ultimately, our fleet, fleet management and insurance clients can be assured that by choosing Selsia to centrally manage their accident repairs, they’re going to get a first-class, professional service from all of us.”

Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.

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