Mike Dickinson has resigned from his role as director of customer order management and logistics at Chinese carmaker Qoros and is returning to the UK to take up a new role as head of Automotive at the SMMT Industry Forum. The Industry Forum is a subsidiary company of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) and delivers practical training to automotive companies across the UK, helping them to reduce waste, improve profitability and lower costs throughout the supply chain.
Dickinson joined Qoros in 2012, bringing with him over 25 years of automotive experience, including a previous role as director of supply chain and logistics at General Motors International Operations. He joined GM Europe in 1993 as lean materials advisor.
He was most recently responsible for end-to-end customer order management and supply chain at Qoros.
Qoros is a 50:50 joint venture between China’s Chery and Singapore-based Kenon. The company has not yet announced a replacement for Dickinson.