EThe current Mercosur President (Argentina and Brazil, Carlos Zarlenga Argentina will be the leader in the Argentine, Argentine, Bolivian, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Paraguayan, Peruvian, Uruguayan countries, starting on April 1, 2019.
The Manager will be Barry Engle, current Vice President and General Motors International. GM Americas will be responsible for all operations in North America, Central America and South America. Meanwhile, Engle will continue to announce Mary Barra, President and CEO of General Motors, and President of GM South America West (Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay) will continue with Ernesto Ortiz. Reported to Zarlenga.
"Carlos holds a record of success in the Argentine and Brazilian operations and in 2017 GM Mercosur is in charge of unifying operations in both countries, exploring synergies, accelerating decision making processes and optimizing results in the region, with its expertise, technical knowledge and ability to drive decisive moments in business history. confirms that, in order to achieve this important responsibility, the company continues to make it easier for its management to reorganize its effectiveness and business model."He said Barry Engle.
Regarding the new position, he will assume, Zarlenga He emphasized "The honor is to take this new challenge. I have a wealth of experience and profound market experience with Ernesto Ortiz's role in driving the business of the region, keeping our customers and our Chevrolet brand leadership for more than 17 years in South America. Organizing allows us to work more lightly and efficiently".
Carlos Zarlenga graduated in Economics from the Belgian University in Buenos Aires, Argentina, at the age of 45 and was President of Mercosur General Motors in January 2017. GM Brazil (2016) and GM America CFO's chairman were Southern (2013-2016). GM Korea (2012-2013) was also Vice President and CEO. The role of the delegation was GM Uzbekistan's board of directors, along with GM's government.