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AHG expands into Victoria

IN a significant expansion of its automotive retail division, Automotive Holdings Group Limited has taken on the Hino Truck dealership at Dandenong, Victoria. AHG chief executive officer Bronte Howson said the Hino dealership represented a major growth step for the company’s automotive retailing division. “Dandenong is one of Hino’s premier dealership outlets, with more than 350 vehicles sold in the region in the last financial year,” Mr Howson said. “This is an outstanding opportunity for AHG to build its automotive retailing presence in Victoria and we are delighted to have been selected by Hino to take on this exceptional retail outlet.” Mr Howson said the move into Dandenong was in line with AHG’s strategy of developing or acquiring businesses with positive earnings and which would benefit from the AHG corporate model. Hino Motor Sales Australia director of operations, Roger Hall, said AHG was a standout choice for the dealership. “AHG is a quality, proven operator that has been an outstanding success with Hino in Western Australia. We now look forward to AHG doing the same job in Victoria,” he said.

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