Glen Dyer has taken the reins as Iveco’s new head of Australia and New Zealand operations effective immediately, the vehicle manufacturer announced this week.
He has been working with the company since 2021, where he came on board as the head of sales and product.
Dyer enters the role with nearly 20 years of transport industry experience, starting first with Mercedes-Benz UK as a regional sales manager.
Iveco says he was a major factor in the process of realigning its internal sales and support structures throughout a difficult time for the industry coming out of the pandemic as a key member of the senior management team.Image: Iveco/Supplied
Speaking on his appointment, Dyer says he and the company are looking to the future of 2024 and beyond.
“Iveco has gone through a profound transformation over the last few years aiming at becoming the trusted partner of its customers throughout the vehicle’s lifecycle and beyond, and the benefits of the company’s new direction are now beginning to be seen by Iveco vehicle owners,” Dyer says.
“We’re looking to grow this momentum further by leveraging our expertise in alternative fuels and propulsion systems, and autonomous vehicle technologies, while making sure we continue to get the fundamentals such as service, parts and other aftersales functions right for customers.
“I’m looking forward to seeing what the future holds for Iveco and will work hard to build on Michael May’s strong foundations, ensuring that we deliver on every level for our customers.”
Dyer will take over the role from Michael May, who was recently promoted to a new position which has seen move to Italy to oversee the development of Iveco’s Green and Advanced Transport Ecosystem (GATE) company.
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