TrustFord’s chairman and CEO joined Car Dealer Live on May 29 to discuss how lockdown has affected the business and how it will be moving forward on June 1.
CEO and chairman of the group Stuart Foulds spoke to Car Dealer founder James Baggott.
TrustFord is an independent dealer group but part of Ford Retail and owned by Ford Motor Company. In 2014, it incorporated all of its different names under that one title.
Foulds has been chairman and CEO at Ford Retail and TrustFord for three years. He has a long history in the industry, going back more than 40 years.
Before coming to TrustFord, he worked for Pendragon, heading up the Evans Halshaw Ford Group for 20 years, and prior to that was operations director for the John Martin Group in Scotland.
In the show he covered:
• What they have done in lockdown
• How they will return to work
• Concerns around the MOT delay
• Lobbying used car prices
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Coming up next week on Car Dealer Live we have:
- Monday: Alexanders Prestige’s Andrew North
- Tuesday: eBay Motors Group’s Phill Jones & Dermot Kelleher
- Wednesday: Chorley Group’s Adam Turner
- Thursday: Marshall Motor Group’s Jon Head & Jamie Crowther
- Friday: Lawgistics Live
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