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Paul de Lusignan, Director Motorcycle, ATV & Marine and Nobuo Suyama, Managing Director for Suzuki GB PLC

Suzuki Promote Paul de Lusignan to Director of Motorcycle, ATV & Marine Division

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Suzuki GB PLC has announced the promotion of Paul de Lusignan to the position of Director for its Motorcycle, ATV and Marine division. 

A key figure in the Japanese manufacturer’s motorcycle business for the last 12 years, Paul has considerable automotive experience, having held positions at Suzuki including Marketing Manager, National Sales Manager and General Manager, before joining the Suzuki GB PLC Board in 2015. 

Suzuki GB PLC Managing Director, Nobuo Suyama, commented, “Paul has steered our motorcycle business for over a decade with commitment and dedication. During this time he has also supported us across the business and so his appointment as Director for this division was a natural progression. I would like to thank Paul for his dedication while congratulating him on his promotion also." 

George Cheeseman will continue in his role of Head of Business for Marine and ATV and report to Paul who will provide additional support at Board Level.