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New centre manager for Manheim Auctions, Colchester

Mark Taylor has been announced as the new centre manager at Manheim Auctions, Colchester, following the promotion of Chris Cush to the position of commercial director responsible for Manheim’s Birmingham, Bruntingthorpe, Colchester, Northampton and Wimbledon auction centres.

Taylor joined Manheim Auctions Wimbledon as an auction trainee in November 1996 aged 16. Within two years he had become an auctioneer and was running the LCV sale at Wimbledon before being appointed operations manager, assistant auction centre manager and finally auction centre manager in 2005. In 2008, he was appointed auction centre manager at Manheim Auctions, Leeds (Cars).

Mike Pilkington, managing director, Manheim Remarketing, said: “Mark is one of several, successful young managers at Manheim Auctions and is well qualified to take responsibility for managing the largest auction centre in Europe.”
 


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