Thanks to all three of last year’s Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi plans for more cost-effective operations, Mitsubishi will leave the UK at the end of October this year. The company is currently in talks with International Motors (IM) to acquire Mitsubishi’s UK services.
IM currently refers to Subaru and Isuzu branding and importing into the island country, as well as serving areas. The latter two will certainly be their job for Mitsubishi cars, starting in October and it is said that this work will be easily integrated into IM’s current logistics network.
Everyone is satisfied
The order of Gold Car Company, which acts as an importer of Mitsubishi, expires in October. Rob Lindley, CEO of the company, believes that IM would be more appropriate to supply existing and remaining Mitsubishi dealers with parts.
IM says it will be a good opportunity to do Mitsubishi’s distribution duties, writes Automatic Logistics.
Despite its declining role in Europe, Japanese OEMs have not left Europe as seen; It will also produce new models at the Renault plant in the future.