Eduardo Muñoz has left his position as global parts and supply chain director at Jaguar Land Rover to take up a new supply chain management role outside the automotive industry with chemical firm Sensient. He will be based in Granada in southern Spain.
Jaguar Land Rover has yet to announce a successor in the role.
Muñoz joined Jaguar Land Rover in 2012 as global supply chain project director and was responsible for leading a global parts reintegration project, which involved setting up a new parts business model, and bringing back in-house all related activities from the previous third party logistics provider.
Prior to that he was general manager of supply chain management at Mitsubishi Motors Europe, based in The Netherlands.
Muñoz has worked in the automotive business for the last ten years, first in parts logistics, and then in cars and production supply. He previously held roles in project management in the retail sector and other operational positions in the electronic component manufacturing sector.