Marshall Motor Holdings CEO Daksh Gupta has told AM “I can hold my head high” after the AM100 car retailer vowed to repay £4m in Government COVID support – and still match its 2019 financial performance in 2021.
Cambria Automobiles has set out its roadmap to car retail recovery in a trading updated for a six-month period which saw the majority of its dealerships closed for more than 100 days due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Vertu Motors board has said that the AM100 car retail group is positioned to realise “ambitious growth aspirations” after crediting a huge Vertu team effort for a creditable 2020 trading performance.
Marshall chief executive Daksh Gupta has told AM that the car retail PLC will be “going for it” in 2021 after upgrading its profit forecast, vowing to repay its deferred VAT payments and forego the CRJS in the new year.
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