Christophe Dridi, the new General Manager of Dacia-Renault Romania

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Christophe Dridi will be General Manager of Automobile Dacia and Automobile Dacia as of January 1, 2019, the auto manufacturer’s representatives announced on Tuesday.
Dridi will take over this responsibility from Jerome Olive, the Alliance Regional SVP Manufacturing Process Engineering & Supply Chain Eurasia Region, which had an interim mandate since September this year, according to a press release issued by Groupe Renault Romania.
According to the same source, Christophe Dridi was the executive director of the Dacia Vehicle Plant and a member of the company’s management committee.
“We are celebrating 50 years of Dacia this year and soon 20 years since Groupe Renault is in Romania. It is a great privilege to join the over 17,700 employees who have made these achievements possible over time, through their professionalism and talent in each of the activities that make up the construction of a car (…) At the same time, it is essential to maintain ourselves competitive in a world-wide transforming industry. In 2019 we inaugurate Renault Bucharest Connected, a unique headquarters for employees from Bucharest. It is a management project that shows more than ever that we are oriented towards the future, “said Christophe Dridi, according to the press release.
Dridi is a graduate of the Ecole Superieures des Sciences et Technologies de l’Ingenieur in Nancy, France. He began his career at Renault in 1993 as an engineer. In 2001 he joined the Renault-Nissan Alliance teams in Japan, where he served as a quality manager. Subsequently he became a quality director at Renault Mexico, then responsible for the Renault Vehicle Incident at Technocentre in France.
Since 2009, he has assumed the responsibility of Manufacturing Director of the Casablanca plant, then moved to the same position at the Tanger plant, and from October 1, 2016 he headed the Dacia Vehicle plant in Mioveni.
Dacia Mioveni will be headed, starting January 1, 2019, by Miguel Oliver, currently managing director of the Renault plant in Palencia (Spain). He will be responsible for the production of the Dacia models in the Global Access range.

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