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New Managing Director for Unipart Rail

Unipart Rail has announced that Neil McNicholas is the company’s new Managing Director, effective immediately.

With over 35 years of rail experience and senior executive roles, previously Managing Director at both Freightliner and DRS and, having been a customer of Unipart Rail, Neil fully understands the value the organisation brings to the rail industry and also the challenges faced.  

Commenting on his appointment, Neil said: “Unipart Rail is a great business and I am extremely delighted to have joined the team at a time I see as being really key in taking the business forward. 

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“The rail industry has been affected as a result of the pandemic yet, what we have seen is collaboration, resilience and capabilities which are a solid base to build back better, yes there are lots of challenges – but out of adversity comes opportunity.

“I look forward to steering Unipart Rail over the coming years to achieve its true potential and help the Industry become great again.”

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