John Clark Motor Group has said that it expects to have profitability “significantly ahead” of its pervious year in 2020 after recovering from the COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown of H1 with a “strong trading” performance.
Some car retailers are feeling the pressure as manufacturers demand they to get their digital houses in order to take advantage of any market recovery ahead of what is expected to be a tough Q4, according to delegates at AM’s first virtual round table (held before 'Lockdown 2').
Staff at John Clark Motor Group’s Pentland Land Rover dealership in Perth have been ordered to self-isolate and a deep clean of the premises carried out after three team members tested positive for COVID-19.
The John Clark Motor Group will grow through the post-Brexit period despite a “ongoing political uncertainty” and a “stable but fragile economy”, according to a statement made following the publication of its 2016 financial results.
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