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Rob Foulston takes over as RMIF chief exec after "restructuring" programme

Published:  21 January, 2009

/>Rob will take charge on 1st February. He will combine the chief exec's role with his current position as chief executive of ReMIT, the RMIF's training

/>The appointment is part of a restructuring within the RMIF which also sees Sue Robinson becoming trade associations’ director - in charge of the 8 associations under the RMIF banner, including the Independent Garage Association (IGA). Jonas Zambakides will remain chairman of the

/>The restructuring has also seen Ray Holloway, former director of the Petrol Retailers Association, take early retirem

/>Kevin Waterman will remain finance director and Paul Williams will continue as RMIF Chair

/>Commenting on Rob's appointment, Paul said: “Since Rob's appointment at ReMIT, he has shown considerable flair and business acumen which I believe he and his team will successfully transpose to the RMIF. We all wish him every success.

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