Tuesday November 24, 2020

Cork: Johnson & Perrott ready to motor on after hard times

Family-owned Cork motor company Johnson & Perrott is no stranger to change - and not surprisingly.

29th June, 2014
Mark Whitaker, group chief executive at Johnson & Perrott.

Family-owned Cork motor company Johnson & Perrott is no stranger to change – and not surprisingly.

In the 200 years since its formation, the company has undergone massive changes and has proven itself time and again as a leader in its field, rising to each challenge and adapting to retain its place in the Irish motor market.

Established in 1810 by Joseph Smith, the company’s initial purpose was to manufacture horse-drawn carriages and traps. The company...

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