Used commercial vehicle retailer, Van Monster, has announced three new appointments at its Wakefield depot.
Heading the team is Jane Ansell, who has been appointed branch manager, while joining her is Andy Simpson, the depot’s new commercial sales executive, and Andy Kennett, valeter.
Bringing extensive management skills to Van Monster, Ansell has vast experience in the vehicle sales industry. Prior to her appointment with Van Monster she worked at JCT 600 as a customer contact executive.
Having worked at the depot since its opening in 2008, Ansell’s new role as branch manager will see her manage the team, organise policies and procedures and she is also on hand to support staff.
Simpson has also worked in the automotive industry for most of his career and will utilise his experience within his new role as commercial sales executive. His new responsibilities include driving used commercial vehicle sales at the Wakefield depot, as well as managing customer relationships with Van Monster’s existing customer base.
Andy Kennett has previously worked for Ford dealership and brings with him a great amount of experience. In his new role as Valeter, Kennett will be responsible for ensuring that all vehicles are in pristine condition and that all vehicle displays are set to the highest standard.
Gary Sullivan, managing director of Northgate Vehicle Sales (Van Monster), said: "We are delighted to have welcomed three new staff members to the Wakefield team. Jane, Andy and Andy have brought a wealth of experience to the team and we look forward to seeing what each of them achieves during their time with Van Monster."
Van Monster has ten sites across the country, including sites in Slough, Cannock, Colchester, Darlington, Bridlington, Newmains, Wakefield, Warrington, Glasgow and Leicester. Van Monster is part of Northgate.