AIMVIA | AIMVIA Update, September 2015
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AIMVIA Update, September 2015

AIMVIA Update, September 2015

AGM – 20th October

The Annual General Meeting of the association will be held on Tuesday 20th October at 3pm at Rydges Hotel Sydney International Airport.

We encourage all members to attend this meeting. The association has already received notification of the attendance of a number of international members attending and encourage all local member to attend.

The meeting will include:

  • Nominations and the election of board members
  • Chairman’s report
  • Review and updates of the associations activities during the past 12 months
  • Review and discussion on GRACosway engagement.
  • Questions and Answers on the future direction of the association.

An email will be sent out next week with further information and relevant documentation.

JUMVEA visit – 13th October

The schedule for the meeting with JUMVEA (Japan Used Motor Vehicle Exporters Association) has been finalised. Meetings will be between 11am and 3pm in Sydney. Members of AIMVIA are welcome to attend; please email kit@aimvia.org.au for more details.

Meeting of RAWS and AIMVIA boards

The AMVIA board was delighted to welcome RAWS board members to part of the AIMVIA board meeting held in Sydney on Monday, 21st September. Discussions centred on the common goals of both associations and the aims of various policy discussions held with officials.

The meeting concluded with both boards agreeing to explore further the common ground and policy statements enabling strengthened representation of the industry to officials and the Regulator.

Meetings with Government

In early September AIMVIA president, Jack Sandher, and Vice President, Ross Pendergast, and Chief Executive, David Vinsen, attended a number of meetings with elected representatives and government officials in Canberra.

The meetings were successful, providing the opportunity to present the association’s concerns and gain feedback on possible changes to the industry following the review of the MVSA and other legislation.

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