CJ Automotive have moved to “sharpen up” its operations at its multi-franchise site in Wales, with the appointment of Adam Parrott.
Parrott joins as operations director for the North Wales division.
The three acre site at The Point, one of only a handful of Volkswagen Automotive Group (VAG) multi-franchise sites in Europe, was opened last year.
He has more than 27 years’ experience within the motor industry having successfully managed dealerships across the North West and Midlands.
“The Point is truly a flagship site with cutting edge facilities and offers a fantastic customer experience,” said Parrott.
“The North Wales site presents a significant opportunity for the VAG franchises, with the brands going from strength to strength.”
Parrott has full operational responsibility for the Llandudno Junction site, located just off the A55 Expressway.
‘The Point’ has Audi, Volkswagen, Seat and Skoda franchises as well as Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.
Adam Parrott re-joins CJ Automotive to sharpen up operations at the ‘The Point’.
CJ Automotive bought part of the Pentraeth Group in 2012 and bought Green Bower BMW and Mini in South West Wales in 2008.
Managing Ian Rutter said: “Adam’s appointment is a clear demonstration of our commitment to Wales for the long term.
“These are exciting times for the business and Adam will help us capitalise on a burgeoning local economy and offer real value to the people of North Wales.”