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MTA announces appointment of new Chief Executive

Motor Trade Association (MTA) announces appointment of new Chief Executive

The Motor Trade Association (MTA) National President David Storey has announced the appointment of Warwick Quinn to the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for MTA.

Mr Storey said he was delighted to secure the services of such a seasoned business professional.

“We’re delighted Warwick has accepted this role. He brings to MTA a wealth of business experience and a proven track record of developing and positioning a membership organisation as an industry leader. Warwick’s extensive experience will assist MTA to deliver its vision to ‘Create Sustainable Business Advantage’ for its members,” Mr Storey says.

Mr Quinn joins MTA with an impressive management career having held positions as CEO of Registered Master Builders Association and Master Build Services Ltd, General Manager Regulatory – Land Information New Zealand, Chief Crown Property Officer – Land Information New Zealand, Valuations Manager – Auckland City Council, and Regional Manager – Landcorp Property Limited.

“I am delighted to have the opportunity to lead such a strong membership organisation,” Mr Quinn says.

“MTA is a highly respected brand with a powerful voice in the motor industry of New Zealand and I believe the future for MTA and its members is very exciting.”

Mr Quinn will commence in his new role with MTA in August 2014.

Established in 1917, MTA is New Zealand’s largest motor industry organisation with approximately 4,000 members, representing every facet of the industry – from repair workshops, collision repair workshops, new and used vehicle sales, service stations, to specialists in alternative fuels and outdoor power equipment. MTA members are driven by high standards that provide an assurance of quality and professionalism.


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