Brussels, 3 June 2020
The Management of D'Ieteren Auto has announced its intention to carry out a project that will accelerate the transformation of its activities in order to respond to significant changes in the automotive market.
In order to counteract the impact of the current health crisis and its long-term effects on demand and customer behaviour, the Management of D'Ieteren Auto has announced its intention to carry out a project for accelerating the transformation of its activities - which has already been underway for over a year - in response to a rapidly changing market. This project would entail measures to adapt internal structures and working methods to the new market realities and would transform or cease those activities that no longer meet the needs of dealers or customers. If confirmed, this project could result in the loss of 211 jobs in Belgium.
Denis Gorteman, CEO D’Ieteren Auto
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