Chris williams has been in the Motor Industry since 1967 and has had senior and executive positions through much of that time.
He has achieved noteworthy academic qualification in Automotive Engineering and in Motor Trade Management throughout his career, and has internationally recognised professional certification in Vehicle Repair and Assessment. Chris's engineering skills and experience are recognised by the Institute of Road Transport Engineers, the Institute of the Motor Industry, the Council of Engineering Institutions, and other engineering and consulting bodies.
Business sector practice is kept under scrutiny by attendance at specialist courses run by Vehicle Manufacturers and their industry associates. These include Vehicle Mechanics, Electrical design, Electronics, Body Repair and Re-manufacture, Vehicle Sales, Financing and Re-financing.
He has had experience in the design and manufacture of many light commercial vehicle bodywork conversions and the conversion of basic vans to minibuses to both the customer's specifications and in accordance with Construction & Use regulations and industry legislative control.
In his career Chris has received many accolades and awards from Manufacturers, Employers and Clients for excellence in various spheres of endeavour.
He has enormous experience within the Retail Motor Industry encompassing every level of activity that would be found in modem vehicle dealerships. Chris has great knowledge and insight of the practices employed throughout the industry.
An up to date knowledge of technical advances within the Industry is maintained by Chris, both through research and through constant contact with every strata of the Industry. In addition to his technical expertise, he is regarded as an expert on Retail Motor Industry "best practice".
He is often involved with resolutions of disputes that occur within the Industry.
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