At the Renault-Nissan Alliance, the diversity of our workforce is one of the reasons for our success. In recent years, we have put an extra emphasis on diversifying our leadership ranks. Recently, Nissan named Mayra González president and managing director of Nissan Mexico, making her the first woman to manage a regional Nissan company worldwide and the youngest person to hold such a position in the company's history. In this recent article from the Huffington Post's Mexico edition, Mayra recalls her personal journey of success.
– Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn
Nissan Mexico is proudly celebrating the 50th anniversary of CIVAC Plant, the company's first manufacturing complex outside Japan. Nissan CIVAC Plant established the beginning of a longstanding tradition in innovation, research, commitment and the highest quality standards in vehicle manufacturing that continually contribute to the excellence the brand delivers.
Almost 33 years after the powertrain plant in Aguascalientes started operations, Nissan Mexico celebrated the production of its 11 millionth engine, which reflects the quality of production processes and Mexican workforce – both recognized by the company worldwide.
Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance today broke ground for their joint-venture manufacturing complex, COMPAS (Cooperation Manufacturing Plant Aguascalientes), in Aguascalientes in central Mexico, which will build next-generation premium compact vehicles for the brands Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti.
Nissan Mexico has achieved the significant milestone of exporting five million vehicles since the start of its exports operations in 1972, confirming again Nissan Mexico's position as the company's largest vehicle exporter worldwide.
Five years after their strategic cooperation was established, Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance have significantly expanded their collaboration with the start of a manufacturing joint venture in Aguascalientes in central Mexico.
CCO Hiroto Saikawa: "In fiscal year 2014, Nissan emerged as a stronger company with solid results. During my review of the past year, you will see that our results reflect both the progress that we have made to improve our operations and the challenging business environment that exists in some markets, such as the emerging markets."
As Nissan North America focuses on improving employee engagement and alignment during a period of rapid growth, the company has promoted Brian Brockman to director, Internal Communications, effective immediately.