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Darren Leigh takes over chief financial role at Unipart

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Darren Leigh has joined Unipart Group, the leading independent manufacturing, logistics and consultancy company, as group chief financial officer.

Having previously worked in the rail industry with Freightliner and, before that, gaining experience in the automotive sector working with Inchcape, Darren joins Unipart from Sage plc and Finastra in the technology sector.

John Neill, Unipart.

Unipart chairman and group chief executive John Neill commented: “We are very pleased to welcome Darren to our group of companies. We continue to have the benefit of a strong finance function and long-term relationships with our key customers and banks.

“Even in the best of times, we have never been complacent. We have relied on our unique company spirit, and the skills of our people, to find new and innovative approaches to meeting the real and perceived needs of our customers better than anyone else.

“Faced with perhaps the greatest challenge our generation will ever see, I am confident that Darren’s technology focus and experience will make a significant contribution as we shape the future for our company, combining our ability to implement The Unipart Way with our digital transformation. This will enable us to provide new products and services and accelerate our journey to become a technology led company.”

John Neill also gave thanks to the departing Jonathan Chitty:  “I’d like to thank Jonathan for his work over many years, and most recently, which enabled the Unipart Group Board, and its auditors PwC, to approve the Financial Statements for 2019 and also renew one of our main banking facilities for a further five years. He leaves with our thanks for his loyalty and contribution over many years and our best wishes.”

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