PEOPLE NEWS: ANDY ROBSON LEADS CHANGES AT EUROREPAR HEAD OFFICE

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As part of a restructure within the Aftersales division of PSA Group UK, the Eurorepar Car Service Head Office Team has undergone some personnel changes.

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Overall responsibility for Eurorepar Car Service will now fall under the leadership of PSA Parts Operations Director, Andy Robson, who already oversees the Distrigo brand in the UK. Andy comes to the role with vast experience of the aftermarket and trade operations and was formerly Aftersales Director for the Vauxhall brand.

In this new addition to his role, Robson assumes some of the responsibility previously held by former Director of Eurorepar Car Service & Independent Aftermarke

Andy Robson now heads up Eurorepar

t, Andy Hall, who has moved to a role in the LCV side of the business. However, a key aspect to Robson’s role – and an aim of the wider team – will be to further improve the connection between Eurorepar Car Service and Distrigo Parts Distribution.

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In addition, Nick Taylor has been appointed the new Head of Network & Business Development for Eurorepar Car Service, replacing Adrian Mossop, who retires from the company at the end of November. Taylor has previously held various senior management roles in both Sales and Aftersales for the Vauxhall brand and has most recently worked within the Distrigo trade operations team.

Andy Robson, PSA Parts Operations Director, said, “This restructuring is a pivotal moment in the harmonisation between Eurorepar Car Service and Distrigo Parts Distribution and taking the brands forward together. Both businesses have exceptional leadership teams that are supported by hugely talented staff, so I have no doubt that the new structure will prove to be a success.

“I would like to thank Andy Hall and Adrian Mossop for their dedication to ERCS over the past few years. It is testament to their hard work that the network continues to go from strength to strength.”

 

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