Windsor Motors ‘can manage’ Covid-19 demand slump
Car dealership chain says it has sufficient resources available to ‘manage a significant decline in demand’
Windsor Motors, the car dealership chain, has “sufficient resources available to manage a significant decline in demand” triggered by the coronavirus crisis, according to its directors.
Turnover at Windsor Motors, the chain of Irish motor-dealers, rose from €311.6 million in 2017 to €337.8 million in 2018, the most recently filed financial accounts show.
In the same period its operating profit rose from €6.8 million to €10 million, and its accumulated profits rose from €8.8 million...
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