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Clifford Thames Limited

Ford Autoteam Welcome Ford of Britain Chairman, Andy Barratt, as Regular Columnist.

04 May 2017 20:39


The editorial team behind Ford Autoteam, based in Chelmsford, are pleased to announce that the Chairman and Managing Director of Ford of Britain, Andy Barratt, will be contributing a regular column to each issue of Autoteam, starting in May 2017.

Andy has a wealth of experience within the organisation and was appointed Chairman and Managing Director in 2015, having previously been in the role of Sales Director since 2011. Prior to this, Andy was Director of Ford of Britain's Customer Service Division (FCSD). He is extremely passionate about the Ford brand and the excellent training that is provided to those within the Ford Dealer network; either by attending courses at the Henry Ford Academy or by making use of valuable distance learning aids, such as Ford Autoteam. In each issue, he will explain the benefits of high quality training, as well as giving readers an insight into the wider strategy of Ford of Britain.

“Having Andy Barratt choose to contribute to Autoteam demonstrates the quality and credibility of the magazine and the team behind it... well done to all of our in-house team!” Comments Paul Jackson, Managing Director at Clifford Thames

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We are a technology enabled company building on skills, knowledge and experience in automotive data creation and management. Clifford Thames sits at the heart of the global automotive aftermarket. We create and manage the data needed to repair and maintain vehicles for manufacturers, repairers, leasing and fleet companies and their partners. Our solutions help drive customer satisfaction and profitability.

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