Mary Rose has taken over as general manager of North American parts operations and supply chain strategy at Toyota USA. She replaces Mamie Warrick (pictured), who has moved to become general manager at the Project Management Office at Toyota North America, ahead of her retirement next year.
Warrick, who has worked at Toyota for more than 30 years and held a number of corporate management roles, held her previous position for more than five and a half years.
Mary Rose moves into the post from her role as senior manager for TLS Vehicle Logistics Planning & Systems. Last year, she took on additional responsibilities in the outbound part of the business when Brian Mason left the carmaker for a new role at Pasha Automotive Services.
Rose now reports to Neil Swartz, vice-president, service parts and accessories operations (SPAO). SPAO carries on the work and responsibilities of North American Parts Operations (NAPO), including the management of the service parts and accessories supply chain for all vehicles sold or produced in North America.