PEOPLE NEWS: CROXSON REPLACES SEPHTON AT THE PARTS ALLIANCE

The Parts Alliance has announced that its Chief Financial Officer, Neil Croxson has been appointed to the position of President and Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. Croxson succeeds Peter Sephton who will be retiring after a three-month transition period.

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“I would like to thank all my colleagues in The Parts Alliance, Uni-Select, suppliers and other industry professionals who have helped our journey to build a market leader, and I wish Neil and the team the best of luck in what will be a great onward journey,” said Peter Sephton.

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Croxson joined The Parts Alliance as CFO in 2015 and has expanded the network through acquisitions and the opening of 15 company-owned stores. He has worked in close collaboration with Peter Sephton to deliver the group’s financial strategy and increase market coverage in the U.K. and Ireland.

“I am honoured to be taking on this new role,” said Croxson. “We had an excellent performance during our first full-year under the Uni-Select umbrella, and under Peter’s leadership, we implemented strong foundations to enable us to capture future market opportunities. I look forward to building on this momentum.”

Neil Croxston

Peter Sephton

An Interim CFO at The Parts Alliance will be named until the position is filled.   

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