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JCT600 appoints two Volkswagen local business development managers for fleet division

Yorkshire-based motor group JCT600 has appointed Lisa Buckley and Tracy Hill as Volkswagen local business development managers for its fleet operation.

With over 20 years’ experience, Buckley (pictured below) joins from Kingston Vehicle Leasing where she was a leasing and finance broker and she also spent six years with NWS Bank/Capital Bank as a business development manager.  Prior to that, she worked for Lombard in a new business sales support role.

Hill (pictured below) worked for Gilder Volkswagen, which became part of JCT600 in 2013, in passenger car retail and commercial vehicles.  She has over 11 years’ experience and is a fully qualified Volkswagen specialist having graduated in Wolfsburg in 2008.

In her new role, Buckley will be based at JCT600’s Volkswagen dealership in Hull and will target both smaller businesses and larger corporates with Volkswagen vehicles in the Humber region.  Hill will work from JCT600 Volkswagen Chesterfield and will focus on South Yorkshire and North East Derbyshire.

“These latest appointments complete the recruitment of the JCT600 Volkswagen passenger car fleet team following an earlier reorganisation of the operations of the business,” explains Neill Richards, fleet sales director of JCT600. 

“Both Lisa and Tracey have a good grounding in the fleet industry and will play a key part in helping us to develop our links with local businesses in Chesterfield and Hull which are key markets areas for JCT600.”

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