Norfolk, England 2019

The last IRT convened May 22-25, 2019 in Wymondham, near the “cathedral city” of Norwich in Norfolk, England.

Join fellow vehicle recyclers from all over the world to discuss issues and opportunities, learn, grow and develop, promote your products, businesses and solutions and to network together and enjoy fellowship and friendship.

Historic Wymondham in beautiful Norfolk, England hosts the 2019 International Round Table on Automotive Recycling on May 22-25, where our focus will be Quality Recycled Parts from Legitimate Businesses who have processes and operations that keep their staff, customers and businesses Safe.


Wednesday 22 May
Evening Networking Event at Dunston Hall

Thursday 23 May
AM – English Whiskey Company Tour
PM – Lunch in Wymondham
Opening, welcome and introduction – Andy Latham
The key elements to Profitable growth beyond 2025 for auto recyclers – Chris Daglis
Country Report UK – Chas Ambrose, VRA
High Voltage Safety – Andy Latham

Friday 24 May
Airbag Recalls – Paul D’Adamo
Lockout/Tagout – Tim Hughes
Country Report Japan – Kenichiro Yajima, JARA
Country Report USA – Chad Counselman, Scott Robertson, ARA
Country Report Australia – Richard Dudley, APRAA
Country Report Malaysia – Peng Yap Kau, MUVATA
Country Report Canada – Steve Fletcher, ARC
Closing, thanks and presentations – Steve Fletcher and Andy Latham

Evening Yard Tour and Barbecue at DLH Autorecyclers in North Walsham

Saturday 25 May
AM – Round Table Conference at Dunston Hall
Working across borders – facilitated by Chris Daglis

All conference events, networking evening, trade show, Lotus Factory Tour, Yard Tour and Barbecue = £189 per delegate.

We can also offer a spousal rate which includes Networking Evening, Lotus Factory Tour, Yard Tour and Barbecue. £100 per person.

You can book online HERE or download the booking form HERE

Note: the registration fee does not include hotel accommodation that must be booked separately by contacting Dunston Hall Hotel directly.

The exhibition area offers the chance to network and forge great relationships and promote your products to all delegates. All providers of equipment, software, services and training to the vehicle recycling industry are welcome in the exhibition. £500 for trade show space of 2m x 2m with one delegate ticket included and additional delegate tickets at £100 each.

Wymondham is a few miles outside of Norwich which has great links to the rest of the UK via road and rail and Europe via Norwich International Airport. International visitors are recommended to fly to London and then use Greater Anglia trains from London, Liverpool Street station to Norwich.

Taxis are available for travel between Norwich train station and Dunston Hall Hotel.

The Dunston Hall Hotel has been selected as the IRT 2019 hotel.

For more information on the hotel and amenities, including golf course and leisure facilities can be found HERE.

Note: Please book your hotel directly – it is not part of your registration fee.

£130.00 per room per night single occupancy Bed & Breakfast £140.00 per room per night double/twin occupancy Bed & Breakfast
Note: Travel between the hotel and the conference events is included in delegate fee.

DLH Autorecyclers
DLH Autorecyclers was formed in 1993 in Grub Street, Happisburgh. The company has expanded over the past 20 years from workshop and small salvage yard to 3 separate sites, and are now one of the largest motor companies in the area. The Happisburgh site is capable of storing 800 vehicles and processes end of life vehicles for both parts and environmentally correct and efficient recycling. This site is also home to the vehicle recovery fleet. Opened in 2013, the new North Walsham site is the place to go or call for damaged repairable salvage vehicles, quality used tyres, and recycled car parts. With an investment of £400,000, the facilities are second to none, from customer ease of parts collection, to the safe disposal of scrap and damaged vehicles.

Wymondham is a market town and civil parish in Norfolk, England, 91⁄2 miles (15 km) southwest of Norwich, just off the A11 road from Norwich to London which now bypasses the town.

International Roundtable on Auto Recycling