PSA Group’s UK managing director Alison Jones is no stranger to crisis management. During her time at the Volkswagen Group in the UK she played a key part in handling the fallout from the emissions scandal in 2015. But she, like all senior leaders, is facing an unprecedented challenge with the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, which forced Citroen, Peugeot and DS dealers to close to all but key workers for 10 weeks and factories to temporarily halt production.
PSA Group managing director Alison Jones has revealed that strategic planning for the Citroen, DS Automobiles and Peugeot brands has been modelled on a 96% potential decline in new car sales during the UK's coronavirus lockdown.
PSA Group has reported record H1 profitability on the same day that Aston Martin suffered a share price slump, Daimler revealed Q2 losses and reports suggest mass job cuts could be on the cards at Nissan.
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