Stellantis finalises Australian PSA/FCA operations

FCA Australia confirms it will run the local operation for the new Stellantis group including Groupe PSA.

Media Alert: Stellantis / FCA / PSA Australia

FCA Australia, the Australia-based Stellantis Group entity, is pleased to announce it will assume operational responsibility for the relationship with all former Groupe PSA (Peugeot/Citroen) and FCA general distributor partners across Australia and New Zealand.

Brands under the Stellantis umbrella are: Jeep, RAM, Abarth, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Alfa Romeo, Citroen, and Peugeot.

Kevin Flynn, Managing Director of FCA Australia, a Stellantis Group company, will be responsible for the business operations and performance of all brands in Australia and New Zealand.

There are no changes to the current distributor partnerships, with Inchcape, Ateco and Armstrongs continuing to hold distributor responsibility for their respective brands and the relationships with their dealer networks.

Commenting on the announcement, Billy Hayes, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Sales and Regional Operations Stellantis India & Asia Pacific Region said: “With an ongoing focus on strengthening the growth of each of our brands across Australia and New Zealand, we have made the strategic decision to centralise our brand operations in Australia. This new structure will ensure the appropriate resources are given to each of our general distributor partners as we support them for the success of our businesses combined.”

This new structure is effective immediately.

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