Changes at AHG

Western Australia’s largest automotive retailing group, AHG, has appointed Chris Marwick to the newly created position of chief operating officer (Dealerships) with effect from June 1 2005. Mr Marwick will be succeeded as dealer principal at flagship operation City Motors by Paul Davies, presently dealer principal at North City Holden. Mark Branchi, presently dealer principal at Big Rock Toyota in Balcatta, will move to North City Holden and Ken Hogan will move from Giant Autos in Osborne Park to the Big Rock Toyota dealership. Peter Thompson moves from operations executive at AHG to take the reins at Giant Autos, while John Ball, presently general manager at Seaview Ford at Clarkson, will move to Northside Nissan and Suzuki as dealer principal.

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