Green Motion awarded the Green World Award 2023
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Today John Ryan, the CEO of the LCVR Group which owns the Green Motion Master Country Franchise for the United Kingdom, announced senior management changes. Mr Ryan confirmed that Green Motion UK's former Managing Director Adrian Woods had been promoted to Chairman of GMUK, with effect of the 1st November.
Stepping into Adrian's shoes, Sian Marston has been promoted from National Operations Director to the new Managing Director of the Green Motion Master Country Franchise for the UK.
John Ryan said, "Sian has worked for GMUK Master Franchise since LCVR acquired it in 2012. Before that, Sian had senior operational roles both with LCVR (Local Car and Van Rental Limited), and with Thrifty Car Rental, as well as operating her own Thrifty franchise."
Following a brief period living abroad, John went on to say, "I am delighted to say that Sian is now moving back to the UK and becoming the Managing Director of Green Motion UK, we are looking forward to further investment in growth in the UK network and an exciting future."
Sian is supported by Richard Bunce, the UK network Operations Manager and Will Wynter, Green Motion UK Franchise Development Manager.
Richard Lowden, the Founder and CEO of Green Motion International said, "I would like to join John in congratulating Sian on her new role with our UK Master Franchise, Sian comes with a tremendous amount of hands-on experience both in terms of franchising and operating her own car and van rental business, and as such I have no doubt that she will deliver a fresh perspective and continue the drive and focus on delivering the best customer service experience."
The Green Motion Master Country franchise was acquired by the Irish-born entrepreneur John Ryan in 2012. John's company LCVR (Local Car and Van Rental Limited) is one of the leading suppliers vehicles to the UK rental industry and has helped transform the Green Motion UK network since the acquisition of the Master Franchise, seeing it more than quadruple in fleet numbers and network size, with locations from as far north as Edinburgh and Glasgow, with Bristol in the south covering all major airports and business gateways.