Midland Tyre Group Announces Key Leadership Transitions

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Midland Tyre Services | Chris Parle, Group Commercial Director and Neil O’Gorman chief operating officer (COO)
Published on
October 10, 2023

Midland Tyre Group, a leading supplier of truck, agricultural, and off-the-road (OTR) tyres in Ireland, has announced pivotal changes to its senior leadership team.

Chris Parle, who has been serving as the company's Chief Operating Officer (COO), will now take on the role of Group Commercial Director. In this new capacity, Parle will focus on training initiatives and regional business development, leveraging his deep understanding of the company's operations and market dynamics.

Complementing this transition, Neil O’Gorman has been appointed as the new COO of Midland Tyre Group. O'Gorman is recognized for his extensive experience in driving operational excellence, and his appointment is expected to further strengthen the company's operational capabilities.

In a statement released by the company, they expressed their confidence in the newly appointed leaders, stating, “We congratulate Chris and Neil on their well-deserved promotions. Together, with the overall team, we are confident that we will achieve unprecedented success and shape a thriving future for Midland Tyre Group.”

Midland Tyres has built a reputation for reliability, independence, and innovation. The company is known for aligning with its customers' long-term goals and offers a comprehensive suite of services, including fleet management, maintenance programs, and a 24-hour Ireland-wide breakdown service. With four strategic locations across Ireland, Midland Tyres emphasizes its dedication to being a trusted partner for its clients, ensuring they have the right approach to their tyre and fleet needs.

For more information about Midland Tyres and its offerings, visit https://www.midlandtyres.ie/index.html

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