Tuesday, 8 November 2011
Manheim Auctions announces four management changes as it completes the transformation of its senior leadership structure.
Adrian Kelly is appointed regional director (south) and is replaced as general manager, Bristol by Brett Henderson.
Nigel Paling is appointed general manager, Bruntingthorpe and is replaced as general manager, Leeds cars and commercials by Sean Parnham.
Earlier this month Manheim chief executive John Bailey said Manheim had conducted an internal review, which resulted in the reorganization of some functions.
Group marketing director Perran Moon left as a result of the restructuring. He had been with Manheim for more than seven years.
Chris Cush, operations director, Manheim Remarketing said: “Adrian, Brett, Nigel and Sean have unparalleled breadth and depth of remarketing experience with more than 90 years combined experience, 60 of which have been working for Manheim.
“Manheim prides itself in the success of the training and development of its employees and these appointments will further strengthen its senior operations team and clearly establishes Manheim Remarketing with a demonstrably stronger and more experienced senior operations team than any of its competitors.”