Automotive equipment and consumables supplier REMA TIP TOP UK has joined the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) membership.

REMA TIP TOP, with a group turnover of £106m and parent company to the likes of Van Line, Quest Consumables and ABRACS Abrasives, supplies workshop consumables, abrasives, tyre repair materials and garage equipment.

Mark Insley, CEO at REMA TIP TOP UK, said: “Membership of IAAF complements our aim to support distributors and workshops within the automotive industry. The group is committed to providing the highest quality standards, product development, specialised marketing and market-leading service levels.

“We are immensely keen on enforcing the need to increase supply chain efficiency, ensuring productivity remains priority within automotive aftermarket.”


The IAAF is the voice of the independent aftermarket and is dedicated to representing the needs of its members and supporting them through all areas of business, specifically with regards parts procurement.

Mark Field, chief executive of IAAF, said:

“More companies from across the aftermarket are realising the benefits of IAAF membership, as it now presents an opportunity to connect with our garage members, as well as joining a chorus of voices from a wide array of businesses in the sector when lobbying for issues affecting the aftermarket.

“The Federation continues to add members that deliver high-quality products to the automotive aftermarket, and we’re delighted to welcome REMA TIP TOP into the membership.”