Thomas Lindquist has moved from his role as director of supply chain management at Chrysler’s Mopar division to take up a new position at the carmaker as director of Materials Logistics Management - Manufacturing.

Lindquist joined Chrysler in 1995 as program manager, Facilities and Material Handling Engineering, and has held a number of senior management roles in supply chain and manufacturing at the company. He joined the Mopar division in 2010.

Theodora (Tedi) Casasanta has replaced Lindquist in the supply chain director role at Mopar.

Casasanta was previously head of Quality Strategy and Integration, responsible for the design, implementation, and execution of the Fiat/Chrysler global quality strategy, a position she took up in October 2012.

She joined Chrysler in 1984 and has held a series of increasingly responsible positions within the Quality, Manufacturing and Procurement, and Supply organisations.

Casasanta is also chair for the Chrysler Women’s Forum.