Nissan: Nissan announces comparison government appointments and changes in Japan

Posted on 09. Mar, 2016 by in Nissan Canada

YOKOHAMA, Japan – Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., now announced comparison government appointments and changes, effective Apr 1, 2016. The changes cover a positions of executive clamp boss (EVP), comparison clamp boss (SVP), corporate clamp boss (CVP), and clamp boss (VP).

“Fiscal year 2016 will be essential for Nissan as we enter a final year of a Nissan Power 88 business plan. We have serve extended a government group to safeguard we have a long-term concentration and fortify indispensable to say a strong business as we pave a approach towards a tolerable future,” pronounced Carlos Ghosn, Nissan President and CEO.

The new classification will underline a reinforced Total Customer Satisfaction Division that will manage patron knowledge opposite a whole business, stretching from RD and prolongation down to sales, and fluctuating all a approach to a use perceived in a showroom.

Changes announced today:

Executive Vice Presidents, Senior Vice Presidents, Corporate Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents

Daniele Schillaci, EVP of Global Marketing and Sales, will supplement responsibilities for EV and battery business, and news directly to a CEO.

Kimiyasu Nakamura, now EVP, Total Customer Satisfaction, will assume a additional primary purpose of Management Committee authority of Japan, Asia and Oceania.

Asako Hoshino, now SVP of Japan Marketing and Sales, will assume a shortcoming as a conduct of Operations Committee for Japan.

Noboru Tateishi, now CVP, Infiniti Product Development is promoted to SVP, Total Customer Satisfaction.

Yoshikazu Nakai, now VP, Total Customer Satisfaction for production, margin quality, and peculiarity audit, is promoted to CVP.

Atsuhiko Hayakawa, now VP and Alliance tellurian executive of Powertrain Production Engineering, is promoted to CVP.

Haruhiko Yoshimura, now VP and Alliance Global VP of Vehicle Production Engineering, is promoted to CVP.

Kinichi Tanuma, now arch car operative of Infiniti, is promoted to CVP, RD to assume a responsibilities of Infiniti Product Development.

Alfonso Albaisa, now executive pattern executive of Infiniti, is promoted to CVP and adds to his responsibilities vital and business government of tellurian pattern center.

Shunichi Toyomasu, CVP, RD of Electrical Engineering System Engineering, will turn a associate for Vehicle Integration Technology of wiring and mechatronics.

Takashi Yoshizawa, now GM, is promoted to VP of RD Autonomous Driving Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, and Chassis Engineering.

Catherine Perez, now module director, is promoted to VP, Program Directors.

Yutaka Sanada, now VP, Program Directors, is allocated to informal SVP and conduct of Operations Committee for Asia Oceania.

Shingo Yamamoto, now Calsonic Kansei Corporation, EVP and CIO, is newly allocated as informal SVP, Administration and Finance, for Management Committee Japan, Asia, and Oceania.

Corporate Officers Leaving Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.:

Takao Katagiri, EVP, authority of Management Committee Japan, Asia, and Oceania, will send to Nissan Motorsports International Co., Ltd. and Autech Japan, Inc.

Toru Hasegawa, CVP, Asia and Oceania, will send to Yokohama Marinos Ltd.

Atsushi Hirose, CVP, Manufacturing, will retire from a company.

About Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Nissan is a tellurian full-line car manufacturer that sells some-more than 60 models underneath a Nissan, Infiniti and Datsun brands. In mercantile year 2014, a association sole some-more than 5.3 million vehicles globally, generating income of 11.3 trillion yen. Nissan engineers, manufactures and markets a world’s best-selling all-electric car in history, a Nissan LEAF. Nissan’s tellurian domicile in Yokohama, Japan manages operations in 6 regions: Japan, ASEAN Oceana; Africa, Middle East India; China; Europe; Latin America and North America. Nissan has a tellurian workforce of 247,500, and has been partnered with French manufacturer Renault underneath a Renault-Nissan Alliance given Mar 1999.

 

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