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Rafael Vázquez and Anne-Catherine Brieux, new directors of Assembly and Motors of Renault Valladolid

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Rafael Vázquez will be from next June 1 the new director of the Factoría de Carrocería Montaje of Valladolid and Anne Catherine Brieux the new director of the Factoría de Motores in that capital.

 

Both replace Manuel Guillermo, who happens to be director of the two factories of Valladolid to take responsibility for Manufacturing and Logistics in the Africa-Middle East-India Region.

The two new directors will be hierarchically dependent on José Antonio López Ramón y Cajal, general manager of Renault España and industrial director of Polo Iberia.

Rafael Vázquez de la Torre, from Cordoba, 48, is an Industrial Engineer from the Technical School of Engineering of Seville. He is married and he has a daughter. His professional career has been developed entirely in Renault.

He joined the Factoría de Sevilla in 1995 and since then has held different positions in the areas of Manufacturing and Quality of different factories of the Group. After passing through Choisy le Roi (France), Valladolid and Cacia (Portugal), in 2009 he returned to the factory in Seville as head of the Manufacturing Department, occupying two years later the post of deputy director.

In 2013 he is appointed deputy director of the Factoría de Motores de Valladolid and in 2016 he becomes deputy director of the Factoría de Carrocería Montaje in Valladolid. From 1 June 2017 will be the new director of the Factoría de Carrocería Montaje of Valladolid, replacing Manuel Guillermo who from the same date will be Director of Manufacturing and Logistics of the Africa-Middle East-India Region.

Rafael Vázquez will be hierarchically dependent on José Antonio López Ramón y Cajal, general manager of Renault España and industrial director of Polo Iberia.

For her part, Anne-Catherine Brieux, a 43-year-old Frenchwoman, is an energy and propulsion engineer at the Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA). She is married and has two children.

He joined Renault in 1997 as an engineer at the Cleon Factory. Since then he has held various positions of responsibility in the product and process design of the Alliance for both engines and gearboxes.

In 2011 she was appointed Head of the Department of Motor Assembly and the Department of machining cylindrical and prismatic parts of the Cleon Factory. Three years later (2014), she became deputy director of the Cleon Factory.

From June 1 will be appointed director of the Factories of Motors of Valladolid, depending hierarchically on José Antonio López Ramón y Cajal, general manager of Renault Spain and industrial director of Polo Iberia.

30/03/2017 – EL ECONOMISTA (Translation Soft)

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