Nissan has moved around three of its vice presidents and promoted a director at its Decherd engine plant to a VP spot.
As part of a large round of promotions and position shuffles, Franklin-based Nissan Americas said the following executives will soon take on new roles:
• Leon Dorssers, now the auto maker’s VP of customer quality and dealer network development, has been named VP of dealer network development and will focus solely on the North American region. Dorssers joined Nissan in 1992 and was managing director of Nissan Belgium and Luxemburg for three years before taking his current job in 2012.
• John Spoon, VP of parts and service, is moving over to VP of customer quality and will be Nissan’s chief customer officer for its North American region. Spoon, pictured here, has been in his current job since July 2010 and before that was regional VP for Nissan's Central Region. He joined the company in 1987 as a district sales manager trainee.
• Mark Swenson, VP of vehicle production, manufacturing engineering and component facilities, has been named VP of quality and manufacturing and new model engineering for the United States and Mexico. Swens