Under the aegis of President Yves Pasquier-Desvignes, Volvo Car France's management committee is expanding to include Skander Bouraoui, appointed digital and IT director.
Since 1er September 2020, the management committee of Volvo Car France has expanded, welcoming a ninth member following the recruitment of Skander Bouraoui. It is now available as follows:
Yves Pasquier-Desvignes, President ;
Brigitte Laporte, CFO ;
Nathalie Duneau, marketing director ;
Patricia michellier, director of services;
Marie-Noëlle Pillot, director of human resources & network skills development;
Skander Bouraoui, digital and IT director;
Christophe Duchatelle, commercial director ;
Boris Lemery, network development director;
Marc Debord, corporate communications director.
In the month ofaugust 2020, Volvo recorded a good performance in VN, with registrations increasing by 6.3% (1,014 units), in a global market declining 19.8%. Over the first eight months of the year, Volvo posted a decline of 27.4% (9,370 registrations), in a market – 32%. In fact, its market share improved slightly to stand at 0.94 point, against 0.88 point over the same reference period in 2019.
If the Covid-19 and its economic consequences will interrupt the series of records that Volvo recorded in France in recent years, the indicators of the brand, owned by the Chinese group Geely, remain robust. Remember that Volvo broke its sales record in France in 2019, with 21,696 units, also signing a sixth consecutive year of growth. Volvo relies on a distribution network of 125 points of sale, for 51 investor partners.