Jeff Gray is retiring from Jeff Gray European Ltd effective from August 18 – with Jeff Gray BMW being sold to the Colonial Motor Company (CMC).
Isuzu New Zealand has appointed Colin Muir as general manager for this country’s number-one selling truck brand.
David Vinsen has been appointed as chief executive officer of the recently formed Australian Imported Motor Vehicle Industry Association (AIMVIA).
Logmate, an electronic logbook system, has been approved by the NZTA.
Ford has tested its Transit for accelerated ageing by simulating six months of the toughest treatment customers can dish out over a decade.
Italian fashion design house Ermmenegildo Zegna has partnered with Maserati to trim out 100 new sedans to match the suit.
With more than 50 per cent of its 200 staff working in the field, Hyundai has embraced company-wide virtualisation.
Ford’s new Mustang should arrive in New Zealand in late 2015. See all the specs here.
First NZ Capital has increased its 12-month target price for Port of Tauranga shares by 20 cents to $16.50 based on a rise in volume from Maersk’s announcement itsSouthern Star service will return to the Bay of Plenty.
Heartland NZ Ltd confirms it could be interested in acquiring MTF.
The MTF board says it was aware Heartland has been “engaging with selected MTF shareholders”.
Wheedle is closing about two years after its launch with its sole funder deciding against further investment.
Two car companies are moving towards new media platforms.
Roadside motor vehicle sales are set to be banned in Lower Hutt after a man refused to stop selling them near the local hospital.
The key changes brought about by the loan-shark laws.
The government has now taken another step forward by publishing a discussion document on what’s likely to be included in the responsible lending code.