Mick Hill becomes general manager for Geesinknorba UK
Published: 02 December, 2015
Geesinknorba has appointed Mick Hill as the new general manager in the UK and Ireland.He was previously UK general manager aftersales and has been with Geesinknorba for three years.
In his new role he will spearhead operations in the UK in place of Colm McLister who has left to pursue other interests.
Mick Hill said: ‘It's a very busy time for Geesinknorba in the UK, with good sales growth behind us, a healthy order book ahead of us and the market now very interested in what we have to offer. A lot of people here have put in a lot of hard work and it is certainly paying off.
‘In response to this increased demand for our vehicles, our parent company Mutares AG, has once more invested to expand production at our factory in the Netherlands which will now be producing four vehicles a day.'
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