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AHG introduces new senior executives

Automotive Holdings Group (AHG) has announced the appointments of Paul Morris (left) as new Chief Operating Officer of Franchised Automotive and Simon Ramsay (below) as General Manager Trucks.

According to AHG, Morris will report to AHG Managing Director, John McConnell, and will be responsible for all of AHG’s franchised automotive operations in Australia, while Ramsay’s appointment carries responsibility for all of AHG’s state truck operations.

“Paul brings with him more than 20 years’ experience in automotive retail both internationally and in Australia,” McConnell said. “I am delighted that Paul is joining us as we look to continue our growth in automotive retail and I know he will work well with the team.

“He has extensive OEM experience and extensive operational knowledge of running multiple sites and multiple geographies having recently been the Director of Operations in Emerging Markets for Inchcape PLC.”

AHG also confirmed that state automotive general managers will report to Morris.

]“Over the past few months I have been reviewing the operations of our truck businesses and have formed the view that there are significant synergies and opportunities to be had by forming a national truck structure for AHG,” McConnell said, noting that all of AHG’s state truck operations will report to Ramsay.

“Simon Ramsay has almost 20 years’ experience with AHG and transitions from the role of dealer principal of Daimler Trucks Perth in Western Australia.”

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