Frank De Moor has been introduced as Q-Park's new CEO, just a week after announcing his resignation at Macintosh Retail Group. Q-Park has 5,800 parking facilities in 10 European countries and hopes to maximize its growth potential the next few years.
Frank De Moor is Q-Park's new CEO
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