The Peugeot Citroën move into Waterfall represents something of a rebirth for the group, particularly after lockdown restrictions were lifted.
The Peugeot move
Leslie Ramcoomar, MD of Peugeot Citroën says, “After the restrictions of lockdown moving to the new premises has been a huge morale boost for everyone, encouraging proactive work, positive feelings and the opportunity to re-establish and build on our company culture.”
The new premises comprises 819m² of office space as well as 7408 m² warehouse space for faster delivery of parts and service to Peugeot Citroën customers.
Peugeot Citroën as an entity returned to South Africa in late 2019 after the Citroën brand left the country in 2016 due to a poor run of sales.
Known for its quirky design and French panache, the brand is now looking to grab stronger hold of South African automotive spend promising smarter and more relevant product planning and unmatched service levels.
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