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December 5, 2022

Francois Fourmont steps out, Jerome Olive steps in

After six and a half years at the head of Dacia-Groupe Renault, the general manager of the company, Francois Fourmont said officially good bye to the Romanian media in a moving event organized on Tuesday evening at Pullman hotel from Bucharest. In spite of the snow storm, tens of representatives of the central and local media were present at the event, having at the same time the occasion to meet Jerome Olive, the person who “takes the wheel” of Dacia. “Dacia adventure has hardly started,” Mr. Fourmont said. “I assure you that you will have reasons to be happy in the next years, starting right with the launching of Dacia Duster in 2010,” he added.

In his turn, Jerome Olive declared himself happy to be in Romania which represents for Renault Group the second country in terms of activity after France. Jerome Olive, aged 52, obtained the diploma of engineer from the Institut Catholique of Arts and Metiers (ICAM) in 1980. His career at Renault started in 1982, at the plant from Sandouville. In the projects R25 and R21 Jerome Olive held different positions connected with the reliability of the manufacturing process and maintenance. In 1985 he was in charge with investments and maintenance at SBFM (Societe Bretonne de Fondeire et mecanique), and then production manager. In 1996, as chief of the Bodywork Department, he launched the manufacturing of Scenic 1 model at Renault plant from Douai. In 1999, he became deputy manager in charge with manufacturing, assuming the plant at the beginning of 2004.

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