Jap Western Motor Group (EWMG) is working “tirelessly” to determine a brand new Volkswagen Van Centre after being appointed because the industrial car model’s franchisee in Edinburgh.
The Edinburgh-based AM100 automobile retail group is about to take its Volkswagen Industrial Automobiles illustration to 5 places, additional cementing a market territory stretching from the borders to the Cairngorms.
EWMG’s new enterprise will likely be primarily based inside and adjoining to its present Volkswagen automobile dealership at Newbridge, managing director Keith Duncan confirmed.
Taking to LinkedIn to have fun the 40-site retail group’s development with VWCV, Duncan stated: “I’m delighted to report, Jap Western Motor Group has been appointed the official Volkswagen Van Centre for Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife and past.
This appointment is testomony to the religion VWUK have in EWMG and extra particularly, Western Volkswagen and Barnetts Volkswagen, who over time have produced an exemplary efficiency for each VWUK and our personal firm.”
Duncan added that plans to open the brand new VWCV web site on October 1 had left the group with little time to set-up the brand new franchise, nonetheless.
He stated: “That offers us little or no time to arrange a brand new franchise. Nonetheless our staff will work tirelessly to verify we’re ‘open for enterprise’ on October 1.”
As a part of a bid to recruit new workers members for its new franchise EWMG is providing new recruits a £1,000 “signing-on payment”.
The enterprise is seeking to fill vacancies for gross sales executives, gross sales administration, technicians and administration.
Duncan stated that workers would discover the enterprise “respectful, rewarding and secure”, including: “We aren’t an organization that’s right here right this moment and gone tomorrow.
“We increase fastidiously with solely the highest manufacturers, working from the most effective of services.”
In its newest set of annual monetary outcomes, for the interval to December 31, 2020, EWMG reported a near-33% rise in pre-tax earnings.
PBT rose to £15.8 million (2019: £11.9m) regardless of a 14.1% decline in revenues from £774m to £665m in the course of the interval.