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September 12, 2015

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles appoints new Country Manager of Fiat Professional brand

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK has announced the appointment of Ricky McFarland to the role of Country Manager of Fiat Professional.

Reporting into Deputy Managing Director Karl Howkins, Ricky takes over responsibility for sales and marketing activities

February 06, 2014

Fiat Professional announced as Official Sponsor of Factory Yamaha MotoGP Team

Fiat Professional and the Yamaha Factory Racing Team have announced details of their new sponsorship agreement at the MotoGP 2014 test session, currently being held in Sepang, Malaysia.

Fiat Professional will be the Official Sponsor and Official

March 06, 2013

Fiat Professional appoints new dealer in Cirencester

Fiat Professional, the commercial vehicle arm of Fiat Group Automobiles SpA, announced the appointment of a new franchise dealership in Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

The T H White Group has been in business since 1832 and has an

April 28, 2012

Football stars line up to see new Aston Villa minibus

Aston Villa soccer stars Alan Hutton and Eric Lichaj took time out of their busy end-of-season schedule to visit Fiat Professional’s stand at this year’s CV Show in Birmingham, to view one of the club’s new minibuses.

Fiat Professional, the commercial vehicle arm of Fiat Group

April 17, 2012

Double success for Fiat Professional in 2012 Trade Van Driver Awards

On the eve of this year’s CV show in Birmingham, Fiat Professional’s award-winning Doblo Cargo van has just scooped another important accolade, having won the Most Versatile Trades Van award in the 2012 Trade Van Driver Awards.

Fiat Professional has also won the

March 26, 2012

Fiat professional at the CV Show 2012

Fiat Professional is exhibiting a comprehensive display of its award-winning range of commercial vehicles at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham’s NEC (April 24-26, 2012).

A total of eight vehicles will be on the Fiat Professional stand, with a further

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