- The all-new Supply Chain and Logistics Department will directly manage or coordinate all the strategic and operational aspects involved worldwide in the logistics chain, which begins when parts leave supplier plants and ends when vehicles are delivered to customers, to ensure customer delivery times and the best possible vehicle prices, quality and reliability
- Main strategic tasks involve managing production and transport capacities, organizing and scheduling transport routes, and packaging.
- Operational responsibilities include plant scheduling, supplying plants with parts and components, and distributing vehicles.
Nadine Leclair will become Senior Vice President, Vehicle Engineering Development on the same date, replacing Michel Faivre-Duboz. She will report to Jean-Louis Ricaud, Executive Vice President, Engineering and Quality.
Nadine Leclair, born on August 27, 1957, began her career at Sligos as a research engineer before joining Renault in 1984 as a CAD engineer. Her first experience in bodywork engineering was on the Safrane project in 1989, then on the Mégane 1 project. She was appointed Manager of Body-in-white Engineering in 1999, a position she held until 2005, when she became Technical Range Manager for the Mégane.
Nadine Leclair is a graduate engineer of Ecole Centrale de Lyon.