A lot of news!!
The Ford in Detroit is to occupy a lot of articles this time. And it is going a lot of leaders transferred for the best changes possible. Ford Motor Co. named its new leaders this Friday for its autonomous vehicles unit and financing arm in a series of executive changes. Though some leaves have also come to lights. The automaker confirms the leave of Sherif Marakby, CEO of Ford Autonomous Vehicles for ca undisclosed personal reason. And it was not a positive thing if he will return or not to the company again.
A lot of Replacements!!!
Marakby has been replaced by John Lawler, who was the former vice president of strategy and now will act as in charge of shaping Ford’s plans for launching a self-driving commercial vehicle fleet in 2021. David Mcclelland will be succeeding Lawler as head of the strategy, and Marion Harris is the new For Credit CEO. He was earlier the vice president of Ford’s mobility business groups and was formerly the lenders CFO. And all these changes are effective and executed with immediate effects.
Ford also announced that Kim Pittel, the vice president of sustainability, environment and safety engineering, would retire along with Jim Holland, the vice president of vehicle component and system engineering. The retirement will be active from 1 December. Ford CEO explained that the journey through Ford is a mix of emotions. And especially when beautiful people wrap up their Ford careers. And surely, it is tough to see great leaders saying goodbye to the company. But there are also new talented members to take the company to new heights. They will be showing their skills and expertise in new ways as they want. It is going to be exciting for growth and transformation at Ford.
Pittel had earlier worked on the development and launch of Ford Mustang, Escape, Focus and fusion, Mercury and Milan and kept the company through a lot of global transmissions and driveline engineering. He also took good care of quality ion the north and South America and gave excellent technical assistance to global suppliers. He served the company and was an asset.