Ferrari to shut down entire European dealer network

Ferrari to shut down entire European dealer network

Ferrari has announced the launch of a new Europe, Middle East and Africa regional headquarters aimed at further boosting its presence on established and developing markets. Ferrari says that the new organisation will guarantee an efficient distribution of resources between the central and regional offices.

The new organisation involves the setting up of the EMEA (Europe Middle East Africa) regional headquarters in Maranello, Italy to cover four regional areas:

– Europe South/West Region, based in Paris
– Central Europe Region, based in Wiesbaden
– North Europe Region, based in London
– Middle East and Africa Region, based in Dubai

With regard to the European dealerships and assistance network, because current EU law governing relations with dealerships and assistance centres expires on May 31st 2010, Ferrari has decided to withdraw from all existing contracts and draw up new agreements that will ensure the network complies with any future EU regulations introduced.

Ferrari has announced the launch of a new Europe, Middle East and Africa regional headquarters aimed at further boosting its presence on established and developing markets. Ferrari says that the new organisation will guarantee an efficient distribution of resources between the central and regional offices.

The new organisation involves the setting up of the EMEA (Europe Middle East Africa) regional headquarters in Maranello, Italy to cover four regional areas:

– Europe South/West Region, based in Paris
– Central Europe Region, based in Wiesbaden
– North Europe Region, based in London
– Middle East and Africa Region, based in Dubai

With regard to the European dealerships and assistance network, because current EU law governing relations with dealerships and assistance centres expires on May 31st 2010, Ferrari has decided to withdraw from all existing contracts and draw up new agreements that will ensure the network complies with any future EU regulations introduced.

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