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IVECO announces two key executive appointments

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In a move designed to strengthen both its dealer network and the levels of customer satisfaction it offers, IVECO has announced two key executive appointments.

Ella Letiagina has been appointed to the role of Head of Network Development, while Glen Dyer will take the reins heading Truck and Van Sales through the expansive IVECO network.

Letiagina joins the IVECO team with a wealth of automotive and management experience, both locally and abroad, having held senior leadership positions with both Mitsubishi and the Volkswagen Group.

She will have responsibility for network performance and together with IVECO’s field-based teams, will oversee the development of new initiatives to strengthen the IVECO network and ensure customer satisfaction is the major focus.

Dyer joins IVECO from Mercedes-Benz where he held a variety of senior management roles in their Commercial Vehicle sales and financial services divisions, developing total truck solutions and most recently as Head of Dealer Sales for Mercedes-Benz Vans.

With extensive dealer sales and fleet operations experience across both Trucks and Vans, Dyer will be focused on supporting the growth of the IVECO brand and the network’s sales.

“We’re excited to welcome to the IVECO team two experienced and well credentialed leaders in Ella and Glen, and I’m confident both will make a valuable contribution to the growth ambitions of our IVECO business,” said IVECO Australia and New Zealand’s Managing Director, Michael May.

“IVECO ANZ is transforming itself in the region and strong partnerships, with both our Dealer network and our customers, are a critical component of that transformation.

“IVECO continues to the hit mark and build momentum with operators who look further to access European performance, comfort and safety at a competitive price-point in the market.”

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