Henrik Nenzen (66), Managing Director Ford Romania, is stepping down at the end of June, after 41 years of work for Ford Motor Company, a communiqué sent to the editorial office informs. Nenzen joined Ford in 1971 and held a wide range of offices in Ford’s Marketing, Sales and Service domains, including a number of international missions in Norway, Germany, United States, Russia and most recently Romania. “I enjoyed the many years I’ve worked for Ford and I’ve appreciated these last 18 months I spent here in Romania in particular. Considering that Ford Romania is up and running, and the production of volume engines and vehicles is starting in Craiova, I feel that now is the right time to step down as General Manager,” Henrik Nenzen stated.Zoltan Brassai (49), currently Ford Romania Director of Operations, will take over as Managing Director Ford Romania. His new appointment will come into force on July 1, 2012. Brassai held several offices within Ford, including that of Ford Europe Brand Manager for Class C and D Vehicles in Cologne, as well as Director of Operations for Emerging European Markets in Budapest.