Marc Brazeau (left) has added a number of new responsibilities to his previous role as head of vehicle transportation at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). Since the beginning of January he has become head of vehicle and Mexico logistics, MOPAR/International Procurement. At the same time, Wendi Gentry Steunkel, who is director of supply chain commercial operations, has added responsibility for inbound logistics and auto transportation to her role.
The additional responsibilities for each executive were formerly handled by William Cook, who remains director of logistics and customs at the carmaker.
On top of his global outbound responsibilities, Brazeau is now responsible for all inbound and outbound logistics in Mexico, including service parts logistics, as well as international logistics procurement. His role includes the development of logistics strategy, the design and optimisation of networks, transport services purchasing, controlling logistics operations and ensuring supply chain quality standards are met.
Brazeau moved to FCA in April last year from his role as director at cross industry business consultancy AlixPartners, replacing Steve Tripp at FCA who has retired from the company.
Steunkel joined Chrysler in 1998 as a project engineer and has since held a number of senior supply chain and purchasing roles, including head of supplier delivery and inter-regional flow, prior to her current role.