PEOPLE NEWS: NEW CEO AT DIGRAPH AS SUKHBIR KAPOOR STEPS DOWN

CV factor chain Digraph has announced a change in its leadership, as Sukhbir Kapoor has announced his intention to step down as CEO, citing health considerations.

The Board of Directors have unanimously selected former MD James Rawson as chief executive officer with immediate effect. Kapoor will spend the next two months supporting the business.

READ: SUKHBIR APPOINTED CEO OF DIGRAPH

Kapoor joined Digraph from Euro Car Parts in 2018 and during his tenure the company has undergone rapid growth with the addition of eight new branches and one acquisition joining the original 14 sites.

READ: DIGRAPH ACQUIRES EUROPARTS OLDBURY

Kapoor said: “It has been a privilege to have been working for Digraph during this transformational phase of the company’s development and I’m certain that James will lead the business to even greater heights.”

Rawson said: “It’s great to be back with such a talented team of colleagues old and new. I would like to thank Sukhbir for his stewardship and assistance which will ensure a seamless transition.”

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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