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Turners Auctions Appoints New Wellington Manager


Media Release
15 September 2008

Turners Auctions Appoints New Wellington Branch Manager

New Zealand’s leading car sales channel, Turners Auctions, has appointed Asgar Kachwalla as Branch Manager of its Wellington site.

Asgar, who joined Turners Auctions in 2003, was previously National Accounts Manager and received the Turners Auctions Customer Service Award in 2007.

Before joining Turners, Asgar owned and operated a new car franchise in India.

In his new role Asgar will be responsible for managing all staff at the Wellington site and is looking to grow the business. “I’m thrilled with this opportunity and am looking forward to expanding my responsibilities within the company.”

CEO Graham Roberts says the company is fortunate to have someone with Asgar’s skills and level of experience leading the Wellington branch. “We are pleased to welcome Asgar to the Wellington team and look forward to his contribution in this important role.”

Asgar’s position is effective from 1 September 2008.

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