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VQS Spring 2023 Forecast

With the last vestiges of Winter fading and Spring making its welcome return we look forward to the next period being stable for our clients, their customers, and ourselves. Simon Jackson – Managing Director confirms the 1st Quarter of 2023 has been the busiest period in the company’s history with some weeks producing over 1,100… Read more »

A great opportunity for experienced vehicle inspectors

VQS are looking for vehicle inspectors that can be based out of Huntingdonshire for an April 1st 2022,start. Applicants with considerable experience are required to fulfil an exciting long-term contract for a major global Manufacturer. Working 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday operating normal office hours. Applicants must be able to demonstrate a full… Read more »

VQS Are Looking For Vehicle Inspectors

VQS have an enviable reputation for delivering high-volume high-quality inspections for blue chip clients that include vehicle manufacturers, leasing companies, vehicle remarketing suppliers and finance institutions. As our operations expand, we have multiple opportunities to join our team of 40 experienced and qualified inspection staff. We have an immediate requirement to expand our coverage in… Read more »

IR35 – Compliance is Key

6th April 2021 ushered in the postponed IR35 implementation, seemingly unnoticed by many. The original concept to capture white collar workers working on a self employed basis to Govt Agencies has spilled into the blue collar private sector. It’s not new, having been on the Statute books since 2018. The question of “can trade plate… Read more »

Are you thinking about the forthcoming logistical challenges?

Are you thinking about the forthcoming logistical challenges? Planning end of contract inspection and logistics in recent months has been difficult with external factors influencing the unnormal patterns of business. There are numerous elements inventory owners should consider as the market normalizes through 2021. As Voluntary Surrender and Repossession activity plays “catch up” it will… Read more »