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Strong future for H&H

The chairman of Cheshire-based classic vehicle auctioneer H&H Classics has transferred his 100% shareholding to a trust owned by 30 employees.

Now entirely employee-owned and on the next stage of its continued progression as a business, after 28 years, H&H Classics is an established specialist classic car and motorcycle specialist. It sells for and to enthusiasts, collectors and museums around the world.

With the head office near Warrington, its private sales garage near Hindhead in Surrey and specialists based throughout Europe, H&H holds regular physical sales at the Imperial War Museum Duxford in Cambridgeshire, the National Motorcycle Museum in the West Midlands and the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton. There are also live auctions online throughout the year.

The day-to-day management of the business will remain with the team that has been running the company for the past two years, led by Colette McKay and Damian Jones. However, it now means that clients dealing with any member of staff will know they are speaking to one of the business owners.

Colette McKay said: “On behalf of all the staff at H&H I thank Simon for this fantastic opportunity to build on his success and to develop the business further.

“Our brand values of professionalism, efficiency and friendliness will continue, as will our commitment to provide clients with unequalled levels of service and customer care. Our auction plans for next year will continue much as before with six car, three motorcycle and online sales in between.”

Simon Hope added: “I am delighted to be able to hand over the business to the right team to take the business forward. I am confident that they will take the business from strength to strength.”

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