July 8th 2021
Woodall Nicholson Group is delighted to announce the appointment, with immediate effect, of Gustavo Marqueta as International Business Development Director.
Prior to joining the UK-based vehicle manufacturing group, Gustavo worked for over 10-years steering the international expansion programme for Alexander Dennis Ltd. Previously, he held various management positions within the international commercial vehicle business unit of Tata Motors. His appointment brings crucial, senior-level capability to the Woodall Nicholson Group and will help drive forward the organisation’s ambitions to expand its international operations.
Gustavo boasts an impressive track record of securing new business in new territories, growing international relationships and setting up new overseas structures. He has also been instrumental in aligning customer expectations with organisational capability and delivery. Gustavo’s appointment adds an incremental dimension to developing the Group’s international strategy, expanding both the product portfolio and product recognition within key international markets.
Woodall Nicholson CEO, Frank Barrett, says, “We have ambitious plans where Woodall Nicholson is aiming to grow rapidly in a number of new international markets, bolstering the business in its position as a global provider of both bus and specialist vehicles. I am confident,” he said, “that with Gustavo’s knowledge and experience, we will accelerate our growth internationally. Unquestionably, he will help us identify the right opportunities for the business and establish effective relationships with new clients and partners.”
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