Motofix reaps benefits of appointment
Motofix has manoeuvred into pole position following a strategic appointment just one year ago.
Since Stuart Ballantyne was appointed as non-executive director 12 months ago, the company has raced ahead to become a major force in the vehicle repair market.
Not only has the company achieved record turnover levels of over £26m, Motofix has unveiled an ambitious expansion programme. It is also in the finals of the Surrey Super Growth Awards, which recognises the fastest-growing businesses in the region.
The five year-plan, recently announced at a management day held at the Williams F1 conference centre, will see Motofix extending its market reach in addition to embarking on a major £2m refit programme to develop its existing sites as it continues to reinforce its position as a supplier of choice.
Stuart’s industry knowledge and expertise of the motor vehicle marketplace has brought a new perspective to Motofix in helping the company stay ahead of the game in what has become a rapidly evolving industry.
Stuart has thoroughly enjoyed the past 12 months and believes that Motofix still has a great deal of untapped potential as it continues to strengthen its foothold in the vehicle repair marketplace.
He commented, ‘Motofix is an exciting and dynamic business and I am delighted to be in a position where I can support them in their continued drive for growth. That said it is a role that is not without its challenges. The vehicle repair market is currently undergoing a huge change which is primarily influenced by the use of ever increasing technology in today’s cars – a trend which is only set to increase.’