Clissett takes helm at Mellor Bus and Treka

Mellor and Treka Bus parent company Woodall Nicholson has appointed Mark Clissett as Divisional Managing Director of its Bus Division.

Mark Clissett to had up bus at Mellor and Treka

Mark – the founder of Treka Bus, latterly acquired by Woodall Nicholson – succeeds John Randerson, who takes up the new position of Chief Technology Officer for Woodall Nicholson. John’s newly established Technology Division, ProMech Technologies, will provide dedicated technical expertise in collaboration with Woodall Nicholson’s existing Bus, Ceremonial and Blue Light Divisions, which also includes leading specialist vehicle brands Coleman Milne, Binz, CMSV and VCS Ltd.

The moves come as Woodall Nicholson develops and expands its growing technical competencies through the group’s innovation company in Scarborough, ProMech Technologies.

Mark Clissett has built a reputation as an influential figure in the bus and coach sector and, with more than 40 years in passenger transport, and fulfilled a number of senior roles with major companies such as Lex Transfleet and Asset Co before launching UV Modular, the company behind the Treka Bus business.

John Randerson to head up ProMech technical

John Randerson, also a high-profile figure in the bus and coach sector, takes up his new position as Chief Technology Officer within Woodall Nicholson, working across the group’s automotive brands. John will bring his proven technical expertise to bear through ProMech Technologies – his remit to further develop the group’s technology relationships with OEMs and to implement cross-brand technological synergies and efficiencies across the Woodall Nicholson group.

Frank Barrett, CEO at Woodall Nicholson, said, “These appointments reveal the strength-in-depth nature of the team we have within the company. Mark’s experience in the accessible bus sector means he transitions seamlessly to the Divisional MD role where he will further develop our ‘size-appropriate’ product range and, with his customer focused background, will further cultivate our growing customer base. John’s appointment,” he said, “is a reflection of the abundance of innovative and exciting technology that exists today in our existing products, and also in new products in advanced development. It’s time for us to bring a sharper focus to our technical offering, to ensure it delivers tangible benefits for our existing and new customers, and to ensure technologies are fully optimised across all the Woodall Nicholson brands.”

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