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IVECO Appoints Hakkı Işınak as Business Director in Turkey

IVECO has appointed Hakkı Işınak as Business Director in Turkey, taking over from Roberto Camatta, who has now taken on the position of Business Director at IVECO Russia. Işınak has 19 years of experience in the automotive sector, wherein he had undertaken different roles in after sales, training and sales. His latest role was Heavy Segment Sales Manager at IVECO Turkey.

 Işınak met with the network in his new role at the IVECO Turkey Dealer Convention that was held in Cyprus from April 2 to 4 2019. During the event he shared his plans for the brand and his commitment to work with the dealers to continue building on IVECO’s success in Turkey. He said, “I am looking forward to the challenge of increasing further our presence in Turkey’s commercial vehicles sector.”

Meanwhile, K. Koray Kursunoglu has been given the responsibility for High Growth Markets Asia, Middle East & Africa (AMEA) for the IVECO Brand. This is a new role formed in the new organizational structure announced by CNH Industrial in January 2019, with the aim to speed up the group’s growth and profitability by becoming more customer-centric, entrepreneurial, lean, agile and innovative.

 Kursunoglu brings to his new post wide experience gained in the Asia Pacific region. This includes his previous role as IVECO Business Director for South East Asia, Pakistan & Japan, which he has held since 2014. Before this, in his role of Head of Sales for Turkey, he was responsible for light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles as well as after sales.

He joined CNH Industrial in 2007 in the IVECO Business Development and New Markets function bringing a wealth of experience in sales and marketing. In the following years, he has covered various roles of increasing responsibility for operations in Russia & CIS countries, including sales and after sales.

Kursunoglu said, “I am looking forward to the challenge of strengthening IVECO’s presence in the region and growing our commercial vehicles business in these highly dynamic markets”.



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