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Change of management at Automobile Dacia. Who’s going to run the Mioveni plant as of 2019?

Cristophe Dridi, the executive manager of Vehicule Dacia plant in Mioveni since 2016, has been appointed the new general manager of Automobile Dacia as of January 2019. Dridi takes over this position from Jerôme Olive, Alliance Regional SVP Manufacturing Process Engineering & Supply Chain Eurasia Region, who had an interim mandate since September this year.

Renault group appointed French Cristophe Dridi, aged 47, at the helm at the Vehicule Dacia plant in Mioveni starting October 1st 2016.

Now, the Vehicule Dacia plant will be led by Miguel Oliver, currently Quality manager of Renault Palencia, Spain. Oliver will be in charge of the activity production of Dacia models of the Global Access range.

This year, we celebrate 50 years of Dacia and soon, 20 years since Groupe Renault has been in Romania. It is a high privilege to join those over 17,700 employees who made this achievement possible over the time (…) Groupe Renault Romania is not just a company that is providing the customers in over 44 countries with cars, but it is also an unrivaled business pattern. I trust all teams in Bucharest, Titu, Mioveni, Pitesti and Oarja that we’ll continue this dynamics (…) It is also essential to maintain our competitiveness in an ever-changing industry. In 2019 we inaugurate Renault Bucharest Connected, a unique headquarter for the employees in Bucharest, a management project that proves more than ever that we are future oriented”, Christophe Dridi stated.

Located on the industrial platform in Mioveni, Arges county, Vehicule Dacia Plant provides production of the Logan, Logan MCV, Sandero Sandero Stepway and Duster models, but also of the Renault Symbol.

The plant’s maximum capacity is 350,000 units per year, which means that a car is leaving the factory’s assembly line in less than a minute.


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