South Africa’s new vehicle market made a strong rebound in 2021 from the massive 29.2% COVID-19 pandemic-related decline in 2020, and naamsa expects the industry to continue with its gradual recovery in 2022.
- Industry News
- 11 January 2022
The Morgan Group recently acquired a Nissan dealership in Lydenburg, bringing the number of Nissan dealerships in the group to eight, three UD Trucks and a Renault dealership, covering five provinces.
According to Hugh Morgan, Managing Director of the Morgan Group, he is very proud of the new addition to the group.
“We have an extremely excited and motivated team responsible for the day-to-day running of the business,” he told Dealerfloor. “They have already adopted the moniker of Team Morgan at your service, which is a positive sign in terms of motivated employees,” Morgan said.
The team in Lydenburg will be led by the able and experienced Adelene le Roux, Dealer Principal, and Jonathan Gibbley, After-sales Manager.
The new acquisition continues Morgan’s philosophy of establishing his businesses mainly in rural areas where customer service and relationships are pivotal to success.
The Morgan Nissan Lydenburg dealership will offer new and used car sales, customer service and satisfaction, a workshop and parts. To visit them and enjoy a nice cup of coffee, pull in at the corner of Voortrekker and Viljoen streets, Lydenburg.
Regardless of the persisting challenges related to COVID-19, business in the North West province seems to be on the upside.
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