Directors change at Norton Way and RRG

  28 April 2019

Marubeni Auto Investment has continued its shake-up at director level at its two UK subsidiaries, Norton Way Motors and RRG Group.

Toru Masuyama and Keishi Kinoshita have been appointed at Norton Way and both they and Yashinori Okabe are on the board at the RRG Group. Earlier this year former directors Naonori Ishii, Richard Siney and Michele Negus stepped down.

Accounts to the end of March 2018 showed that Norton Way Motors made pre-tax profits of £3.1 million on a turnover of £239m with figures of £4.6m and £302m respectively for RRG.

Maurbeni Auto Investments is ultimately owned by the £60 billion-plus Marubeni Corporation of Tokyo.

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