Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 


“Outstanding" Mitsubishi dealers collect Diamond accolades


“Outstanding" Mitsubishi dealers collect Diamond accolades

Seven Mitsubishi Motors dealers, from Auckland to Timaru, were awarded the company’s prestigious Diamond Dealer accolade at a black-tie celebration in Queenstown on 18 May.

The winning dealers all "excelled in customer service, sales and dealership operations" said Mitsubishi’s sales and marketing GM Warren Brown. “They rose to the challenge to deliver across-the-board results that were simply outstanding and earn themselves the Diamond Dealer trophy, our pinnacle award that brings peer and market recognition for overall excellence."

The new Diamond Dealers are: Matthew Wales of Andrew Simms Mitsubishi, Newmarket; Mark Barton of Auckland Motors Mitsubishi, Manukau; Darrell Russell of Piako Mitsubishi, Morrinsville; Simon Lucas of Simon Lucas Mitsubishi, North Shore; Wayne Kirk of Wayne Kirk Mitsubishi, Napier and Hastings; Phil Downing of Caroline Motors Mitsubishi, Timaru; and parts and service dealer Phil Saxton of Hutt City Mitsubishi.

“While these dealers proved themselves exceptional”, said Mr Brown, “the whole Mitsubishi dealer network is to be congratulated for bringing about an unprecedented 40 months of continuous year-on-year growth that has resulted in more and more owners enjoying a Mitsubishi”.

Auckland Motors Mitsubishi, picking up a record 10th Diamond Dealer award, also won the award for the highest level of customer satisfaction among the group of larger dealers, and were the first recipients of a new “people’s choice” award voted by Mitsubishi’s management team, recognising the dealership’s dedication to the Mitsubishi brand.

Diamond Dealer Award Winners:

• Andrew Simms Mitsubishi Newmarket

• Auckland Motors Mitsubishi

• Simon Lucas Mitsubishi

• Wayne Kirk Mitsubishi

• Caroline Motors Mitsubishi

• Hutt City Mitsubishi (Parts & Service winner)

• Piako Mitsubishi


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Job Cutter Goes: Mark Weldon To Step Down As MediaWorks CEO

“When I joined MediaWorks in August 2014, I had a mandate to lead a significant change programme to bring the business back from receivership into a position where it could once again be a strong competitor in the market, with a sound and sustainable future. It was a big brief, laden with inherent challenges, but I took it in good faith and have dedicated myself fully to the goal since." More>>

ALSO:

Must Sell 20 Petrol Stations: Z Cleared To Buy Caltex Assets

Z Energy is allowed to buy the Caltex and Challenge! petrol station chains but must sell 19 of its retail sites and one truck-stop, the Commerce Commission has ruled in a split decision that acknowledges possible retail price coordination between fuel retailers occurs in some regions. More>>

ALSO:

Huntly: Genesis Extends Life Of Coal-Fuelled Power Station To 2022

Genesis Energy will keep its two coal and gas-fired units at Huntly Power Station operating until 2022, having previously said they'd be closed by 2018, after wringing a high price from other electricity generators who wanted to keep them as back-up. More>>

ALSO:

Dammed If You Do: Ruataniwha Irrigation Scheme Hits Farmer Uptake Targets

Enough Hawke's Bay farmers have signed up for water from the proposed Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme for it to go ahead as long as a cornerstone institutional capital investor can be found to back it, its regional council promoter announced. More>>

ALSO:

Reserve Bank: OCR Stays At 2.25%

Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler kept the official cash rate at 2.25 percent, in a decision traders had said could go either way, while predicting inflation will pick up as the slump in oil prices washes out of the data and capacity pressures start to build in the economy. More>>

ALSO:

Export Values Down: NZ Posts Biggest Annual Trade Deficit In 7 Years

New Zealand has recorded its biggest annual trade deficit since April 2009, reflecting weaker prices of agricultural commodities such as dairy products, beef and lamb, and increased imports of vehicles and machinery. More>>

ALSO:

Get More From Scoop

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Business
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news