A proud history of more than 200 years

One of Ireland’s oldest family companies, Johnson & Perrott is now eager to build for the future, writes Caroline Allen

5th March, 2017
Mark Whitaker, chief executive, Johnson & Perrott

Cork-headquartered Johnson & Perrott has experienced financial growth over the last three years, with turnover in 2016 reaching €88 million, a 94 per cent increase on 2013. Profits for the year just ended are expected to top €5 million.

In May, construction will start on a new 4.3-acre site on the Bandon Road, bought by Johnson & Perrott last October to grow its dealership activity. The expansion will create a campus of franchises in purpose-built facilities for the...

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