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Personnel Changes At Ford New Zealand

Personnel Changes At Ford New Zealand

Richard Matheson, Managing Director of Ford New Zealand has announced the appointment of Barbara MacGregor as Marketing Manager for Ford New Zealand.

She will replace Graeme Whickman who has been appointed to the role of Marketing Director for Ford Asia Pacific and Africa based in Thailand.

"I've really enjoyed my time in New Zealand - I feel privileged to have been a part of the team who have bought the best Ford products from around the world to New Zealand. I will watch with interest as the Ford New Zealand brand continues to go from strength to strength" said Mr. Whickman.

Barbara, who has been with Ford Motor Company for ten years, was most recently Sales and Marketing Manager for Premier Automotive Group (PAG).

"This is an exciting time for Ford New Zealand and I am looking forward to the opportunities and challenges this role will bring," she said.

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