Antoine Doucerain is stepping down from the Autombile Dacia’s helm, with former director Jerome Olive returning to Romania to replace Doucerain. local media informed on Thursday.
Antoine Doucerain resigns after only six months since taking over this position.
Groupe Renault appointed Antoine Doucerain as the new General Manager of Automobile Dacia and Renault Romania, on May 1, 2018. He replaced Yves Caracatzanis, who had taken over another position within the Groupe Renault. Doucerain reported to Nicolas Maure, Director of Operations of Groupe Renault for the Eurasia region, including Romania.
Antoine Doucerain joined Renault in 1993 at the Logistics Engineering Division. He continued his career in Manufacturing, first at the Douai plant, where he has successively occupied the positions Chief of Assembly, Technical Director, Deputy Manufacturing Manufacturing Director, and later in 2010, he was appointed director of the Maubeuge plant, where he oversaw the Kangoo ZE launch and the preparation of the Citan model for Daimler. In 2012, he went to Brazil to coordinate the development of a new Nissan plant and start production of Micra and Versa models. In May 2015 he returned to France as Industrial Manager, overseeing 8 Renault plants (Industrial Pole Vest), with a high level of performance.