To cement its commitment to driver safety, SYNETIQ, an IAA company, has become the first in the vehicle recycling industry to become an accredited Institute of Vehicle Recovery (IVR) training provider.

Being IVR accredited opens the doors to a range of nationally recognised training courses, all of which can be delivered in-house by SYNETIQ’s Transport Training team. The courses cover safe working practices in all aspects of vehicle recovery and transportation.

As the UK’s leading integrated salvage, dismantling and vehicle recycling company, SYNETIQ transports hundreds of customer vehicles each week. With circa 15% of the workforce out on the road on a daily basis, ensuring colleague and vehicle safety is a continuing priority for the business.

Chris Swann, Transport Training Manager at SYNETIQ said: “We’re very proud to achieve this status to deliver quality accredited training in-house. This new accreditation demonstrates our commitment to operating to the highest standards in terms of safety for our colleagues, customer and clients.”



SYNETIQ Ltd., the UK-based business unit of IAA Holdings, LLC (IAA), an RB Global, Inc. company, is the leading integrated salvage, dismantling and vehicle recycling company in the UK, formed to become the most innovative and trusted business in the industry. An integrated, data-driven and innovative business, SYNETIQ has led the way in raising industry standards and continually innovates ways of working to deliver great value, ensure complete compliance and a provide a positive experience. SYNETIQ is proud to have major household names in its portfolio, including insurers, accident management companies, fleets, police forces, logistics companies, vehicle repair body shops, and remanufacturers. With cutting-edge data and software solutions, multiple sites, a specialist vehicle recovery fleet and over 800 dedicated UK-based employees, customers and clients trust SYNETIQ to create bespoke solutions to deliver the maximum benefit for their business. For more information about SYNETIQ visit