Iveco Bus announces changes at its sales organisation with Petros Spinaris (formerly in Solaris and Ekoenergetyka) appointed Head of the new Energy Mobility Solutions department, Giorgio Zino in the position of Head of commercial operations in Europe, Danilo Fetzner at the helm of Latin America, Gauthier Ricord in Africa and the Middle East, and Marco Franza responsible for the Asia Pacific region.

Stéphane Espinasse has been appointed Head of Sales and Market Development and, in this role, will continue to drive growth globally. In this way, Iveco Bus states, “the brand will be able to get closer to customers in these markets, understand their specific requirements in more depth, and develop the right technologies and solutions for their different needs”.

Iveco Bus new sales organization with regional focus

The new organisation of the Iveco Bus Leadership Team aims to support key strategic priorities such as taking the electromobility journey to the next level.

In order to strengthen its presence in supporting customers towards zero emissions, as mentioned above, Petros Spinaris was appointed head of the Energy Mobility Solutions department, recently set up to advise on the best energy solutions for customers’ operations, coordinate complex infrastructure projects and accelerate knowledge sharing between markets.

Iveco Bus also bets significantly on markets beyond Europe. The regional focus will be increased by establishing dedicated teams to develop the business in each region. Giorgio Zino was appointed Head of commercial operations in Europe, Danilo Fetzner holds the same position in Latin America, Gauthier Ricord in Africa and the Middle East, and Marco Franza in Asia Pacific.

Domenico Nucera, President, Bus Business Unit, Iveco Group, said: “Listening to our customers and offering the solutions they need is fundamental to our strategy. This means getting closer to them, understanding their specific requirements better and anticipating their future needs. The new organisation will enable us to do this more effectively, with a special focus on each market. Moreover, it will further support our ambition to take a leading role in the transition to electric mobility“.


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