Following the completion of an extensive selection process, Graham Morphew has been appointed as Managing Director for APCOA's UK business.
Graham has worked as Enforcement Services Director for APCOA for the last three years and has worked in the parking services industry for seven years. Prior to his time in the parking industry Graham worked in a number of roles in the retail and customer service sectors, including positions with Comet and Scottish & Newcastle. He offers a wide range of skills, knowledge and opinion working at a senior level for a parking company that provides services across all parking sectors in the UK and across Europe. He has been responsible for over 50 local authority parking enforcement contracts in the UK, worked on parking projects in Europe, Russia and the Middle East, and can offer a breath of experience in a wider business context.
Ralf Bender, CEO APCOA Group said: “Graham has demonstrated his ability to consistently deliver excellent results and lead on key projects and through the selection process demonstrated his strategic thinking and ability to lead a large business. APCOA's UK business represents a significant portion of the overall Group and is key to the future growth strategy for our overall business.
“I am pleased that we have selected an internal candidate as we have a great and substantial talent pool within our organization and this appointment demonstrates our focus on succession planning and talent management.
“I am confident Graham will continue to grow the business and maintain the positive momentum for APCOA in the UK.”
About APCOA UK
In the UK, APCOA is the market leading “full service” provider, operating across all sectors of Off Street parking management and On Street Enforcement Services. APCOA is particularly differentiated by its capability in e-commerce services and innovative technology solutions.
About APCOA Group
APCOA is Europe’s market leading parking operator employing 4,900 people in 13 European countries, managing 6,700 car parks with around 1,300,000 spaces, and selling roughly 150 million tickets per year.