Leading online vehicle remarketing company Copart have been recognised as a UK industry leader in The Parliamentary Review 2019.
The latest version of The Parliamentary Review has just been released, and it provides a perfect recap of the past year and a helpful guide for the year to come. It begins with an address from the Prime Minister and ends with an expert summary of all the key parliamentary events of the year.
CEO of TechUK, Julian David, joins the Prime Minister in introducing this year’s crop of business leaders, exploring current events in cybersecurity, driverless cars and a bumper year for British gaming.
In between, there are concise but detailed stories from organisations across the UK, including Copart, outlining their responses to the economic and political challenges of the day.
Copart was founded in California in 1982, listed on NASDAQ in 1994 and became a S&P 500 company in 2018. Nigel Paget, CEO for Europe, Middle East and Africa, explains in The Review Copart’s unique relationship with the UK market and discusses the organisation’s approach to collaboration and partnership.
Executive Director of The Review, Daniel Yossman has said that in “bringing together the Prime Minister, leading politicians, and leaders of every sector of the British economy, The Parliamentary Review continues to provide an exceptionally well rounded and astute look at what is happening across the country.”
Nigel Paget, CEO for Europe, Middle East and Africa said, “We are extremely proud that the quality and progressive nature of Copart’s business in the UK has been recognised by our selection for inclusion in the 2019 Parliamentary Review, especially as it highlights the leverage our patented auction technology brings to the market. It also identifies the importance of our partnership approach with all our customers, our global sales reach from the UK and the contribution of our people. We started in the UK 11 years ago and during this time we have come far.”
To find out more about Copart UK, visit www.copart.co.uk