Robins & Day worker celebrates 55 years with Peugeot model

Robins & Day has recognised its longest-serving worker, who has clocked up 55 years of service with the Peugeot model.

Paul Neale joined Peugeot aged 16 and has held quite a few roles inside the firm’s elements division throughout his profession.

For the previous 13 years, Neale has labored as a warehouse operative at Robins & Day Components North-West in Manchester.

To have a good time his a few years of service, Paul was visited by James Weston, Robins & Day chief government, Simon Tarrant, Robins & Day aftersales director and Mark Pickles, Stellantis UK’s elements and repair director, who all thanked him for his continued dedication and tireless efforts to ship a high-quality aftersales service.

Neale mentioned: “I’ve completely loved my time with the corporate to date and have at all times felt rewarded all through the final 55 years, so it’s implausible to obtain this recognition of my service. I began with PEUGEOT all these years in the past – it’s an awesome model and I’ve loved watching it evolve through the years – it’s good to be part of such a forward-thinking firm, particularly because it strikes in direction of electrification.”

Over time, Neale has skilled first-hand how the automotive world has tailored to technological and social adjustments. He has owned greater than 15 completely different Peugeot vehicles and is presently the proud proprietor of a Peugeot 208 GTi by Peugeot Sport. His favorite historic automobile is the 405 Mi16, however for his all-time favorite Peugeot he’s unable to look previous the present line-up – together with the all-electric e-208 and e-2008.

Pickles added: “55 years with the identical firm is an achievement that Paul ought to rightly be happy with and reveals actual dedication. I’d prefer to thank Paul for his laborious work and lengthy service, and hope he continues to share his infectious enthusiasm for the model for a few years to return.”

Robins & Day lately expanded its portfolio to reflect the variety of brands now held by Stellantis. The OEM-owned model adopted its first Fiat and Abarth gross sales and repair websites, in April.

The addition of Fiat and Abarth to the 2 websites comes shortly after Robins & Day and Stellantis announced its new group name of Robins & Day by Stellantis & You UK marking a step in direction of alignment between the 2 manufacturers.

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