New boss for Holden New Zealand

New boss for Holden New Zealand

Holden New Zealand today announced that Simon Carr would succeed Peter Keley as Managing Director, effective from the 1 August, 2008. Simon joined GM Holden in 2001 following 20 years experience in the automotive industry with prior roles with the Nissan Motor Company in the United Kingdom.

Holden New Zealand today announced that Simon Carr would succeed Peter Keley as Managing Director, effective from the 1 August, 2008. Simon joined GM Holden in 2001 following 20 years experience in the automotive industry with prior roles with the Nissan Motor Company in the United Kingdom.

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