With over 20 years experience in the motor industry and his most recent post as Fleet Director for Farnell Jaguar Land Rover, part of Vertu Motors plc, he has a vast knowledge base that we are hoping to utilise to make our business stronger, more efficient and one of the best leasing brokers to work for.
Here at Eurocar Group Ltd we are going through a major expansion and need a major figure to help with this programme.
King started his career back in October 1997 when he started out as a trainee sales executive for a Mazda franchise and his main role was to make bacon sandwiches for the “senior” sales executives.
Working his way up to his first corporate role for Dutton Forshaw Honda, he then started to rise up the ranks, working for a small leasing company, manufacturer and various dealer groups, gaining knowledge and a great reputation along the way.
We have a number of major projects that we are working on currently and we hope to have something we can publish in the coming months, including a major focus on Electric Vehicles. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic we have strived to continue our growth.
The broker market is ever-changing and we need to be one step ahead of the curve, with B2B and web-based “click and collect” platforms at the forefront of our thinking.
King will be managing all aspects of the business including vehicle suppliers, funding partners and sales channels, together will massively increase unit volumes utilising his experience and also his industry connections.
Matt Cragg, managing director at Eurocar Group, said “We had enjoyed many years dealing with Nigel and appreciated his professionalism and conscientiousness whilst handling our account. Having listened to Nigel’s approach to customer’s requirements and how he would improve the overall customer journey, it seemed obvious that we were like-minded and there was great value in the symbiosis between ACL and Nigel. As we were embarking on several new and exciting projects, it made perfect sense to appoint Nigel to take us further in our quest to increase our fleet size but without the compromise of the quality of service our customers had grown accustomed to”.