Dicksons of Inverness under new ownership

By automotive-mag.com 2 Min Read

Dicksons of Inverness will be led by a new team of directors following a multi-million pound buyout in a deal which concluded on 15 March.

According to the group’s five-year forecast, Dicksons will experience a doubling of turnover, reaching £100 million, reported The Inverness Courier.

The motor group has been a family run business, well-known in Inverness since 1992. However, the company was purchased from the Scrimgeour family, with Alistair Scrimgeour announcing his retirement following the sale.

Fraser Bryce, Linda MacPhee, Jamie Dunlop, Douglas Laird and Jim Mackenzie now own and operate the business. MacPhee, Dunlop and Laird were appointed to the board in late 2022, ahead of changes.

Dicksons provides new and used Kia, Nissan, MG, & Suzuki car sales, motability offers, as well as servicing and accident repairs at their dealerships

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