A new leader takes over the global operations of the Irizar Group
The Irizar Group has a new manager.
The board has appointed Imanol Rego as managing director of the luxury bus and coach manufacturer.
Rego succeeds Rafael Sterling, who left for the post of commercial director at the Spanish train manufacturer Talgo.
He will take office on September 26 to drive the group forward and meet the new challenges of the future of mobility, the company said in a statement. statement announces his new position.
Rego comes to this position with international experience in several senior positions, from supply chain management to global commerce. He previously served as CEO of Irizar e-mobility.
Focus on innovation, sustainability
As managing director, Rego says he will focus on further development and innovation with sustainable transportation technologies and solutions for all customers and passengers.
“The world faces a climate and energy challenge,” Rego said in a statement. “And the Irizar Group offers a wide range of transport solutions that include electromobility and other energy sources, always with the aim of responding to the challenges of efficiency and sustainability that today’s world faces. present. The transport of the future is already here, and we want our customers and passengers to continue to benefit from the group’s innovations and technology.
In unanimous representation of the board of directors, the president of Irizar S. Coop, Koldo Mendizabal, declared that he has complete confidence in Rego, who, as the “leader of a technologically advanced organization, will lead to a solid and sustainable growth, will reflect the values of its team, maintain commitments to customers and, above all, stimulate the maximum operational efficiency of the Irizar brand.
Irizar Group is a Spanish manufacturer of luxury buses and coaches. Founded in 1889, the company is located in Ormaiztegi, in the Spanish Basque Country, and has a commercial presence in more than 90 countries, including the United States.