Contact the MVDA
Join the MVDA
MVDA membership is open to companies of all sizes, from owner-operators to national multi-site & international businesses:
- Vehicle dismantlers, salvage agents, metal recyclers
- Companies associated with the industry (auction houses, recovery operators, body shops, equipment suppliers, service providers etc.)
MVDA members must comply with Association requirements including the Code of Practice and have all legal requirements in place.
To join the MVDA, download the membership application form and fill in as much detail as you can. All of the information you provide to us is treated and confidential and none is passed on to any 3rd party. If you need a paper copy of the application form sent to you contact the office. Please feel free to contact the office if you need any assistance. We are here to help.
If you have a query you can contact the office:
Mr. Duncan Wemyss, Association Secretary
Ms. Tracy Cartwright, Association Administrator
Motor Vehicle Dismantlers Association of Great Britain Office 5, Top Floor,
Charrington House, 17A Market St, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6JX, UK.
Tel: (01543) 254 254
Fax: (01543) 254 274
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