Carl Gustaf Goransson has stepped down as president construction for CNH Industrial. In addition, chief technology officer Alan Berger is leaving the company.
Replacing Goransson will be Stefano Pampalone, who will retain his role as general manager high-growth markets Asia, Middle East, and Africa.
“I would like to thank Carl Gustaf for his commitment and leadership of CNH Industrial’s Construction Equipment segment and wish him well for his future,” said CEO Hubertus Muhlhauser in a prepared statement. “I look forward to working with Stefano Pampalone as we continue to earn the right to grow for this important segment.”
Replacing Berger is Jayanthi (Jay) Iyengar. She most recently was with Xylem, and also has worked for Eaton Aerospace, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and General Motors.
In a statement, Muhlhauser said of the technology position moves:
“I would like to thank Alan for his expertise and leadership of CNH Industrial’s technology activities and wish him well for his future. I am delighted to welcome Jay Iyengar, recognizing the insights she will bring to the development of our innovation and technology roadmap, as well as her deep experience in the important Indian market.”
Source: CNH Industrial