Rob Dommerson Leaves Sime Darby Motors


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SYDNEY – April 4, 2013: Rob Dommerson will be leaving Sime Darby Motor Group's operations in Australia after 12 years as Managing Director. Sime Darby is currently the Peugeot/Citroen importer with retail operations (Porsche) and vehicle rentals to the mining industry (Corefleet). Rob has also worked in many varied roles in the industry with brands such as BMW, Alfa Romeo, Mazda and Audi, VW, Jaguar and SsangYong during his 27 year career and is currently a member of the FCAI Executive Board. Rob intends to continue his career in the industry.

Rob will leave his role on April 12, 2013.

Pat McKenna, currently Managing Director of Sime Darby's operations in New Zealand, will assume responsibility for the Australian operations following Rob's departure.

We want to take this opportunity to thank Rob for his contribution to the Sime Darby Motor Group businesses in Australia and to wish him every success in his future endeavours.

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