Uniquely staffed, largely by trustworthy former Police Officers, with a proven track record in securing convictions in fraudulent automotive activity.
APU Limited are the Asset Protection and Accident Investigation subsidiary of Accident Exchange Limited, and have strong business relationships with a number of solicitors and insurance companies.
With accreditation from The Association of British Investigators, the APU team are ahead of the competition in response to planned Government changes to the investigation industry, with the team of investigators all maintaining the highest level of integrity including criminal records bureau clearance.
In terms of Asset Protection, APU Limited have direct responsibility for Accident Exchange Limited’s fleet of over two thousand prestige vehicles with an overall value in excess of £50 million. This area of work has seen APU Limited build strong links with most UK police forces and other law enforcement agencies, where they have used their expertise in intelligence and technology to prevent fraud, and theft.
The company has been featured in the National media alongside the Metropolitan Police for its work in assisting in the conviction of a man responsible for masterminding the UK’s largest “Cash for Crash” scam in 2012.
In terms of media exposure the company have recently been filmed for a BBC production of ‘Claimed and Shamed’ due to be screened in Autumn 2013, and have been approached by other media organisations, on the express recommendation of the Police Service.
Why are we the best?
APU Limited staff are well trained and equipped to deal with asset recovery throughout the UK and beyond. The team are not bound by local or national borders and have recovered stolen vehicles from Poland and other parts of Europe.
They have a proven track record in locating and recovering vehicles with minimum inconvenience to clients and maximum focus on the safety of its staff. In terms of assets recovered APU Limited have been responsible for the safe return of over £4m worth of assets during the period 2007 to 2012.