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Jean-Claude Bailly appointed to head Renault Trucks France

Renault Trucks France has a new managing director; Jean-Claude Bailly has been appointed to this position at Renault Trucks France. He is also the new President of Renault Trucks Commercial France, the manufacturer’s network of dealers.


Bruno Blin, the President of Renault Trucks has appointed Jean-Claude Bailly Managing Director of Renault Trucks France and President of Renault Trucks Commercial France, the manufacturer’s dealer network. He previously held the position of the Volvo Group’s truck business Sales Director for the Southern Europe zone.


More than anything, I feel extremely proud and I am keen to meet every challenge,” stated Jean-Claude Bailly upon his appointment being announced. The new Managing Director of Renault Trucks France adds: “Renault Trucks France has a great deal going for it: a new range of vehicles with performance applauded by our customers, the leading dealer network in France and a committed workforce. I trust we will be able to further exploit these assets for the benefit of all our customers, thereby strengthening our position as leader and increasing our market share.


Bruno Blin, the President of Renault Trucks, stresses that, “Jean-Claude Bailly has a great deal of experience in the world of commercial vehicles, sales development and the management of large, complex organisations. He is perfectly familiar with the new range, since he took part in its launch and deployment.” He concludes by saying, “I am fully confident that he will enable Renault Trucks France to realise its full potential.


Jean-Claude Bailly, aged 47, is a DESS graduate in Physics and holds a Masters in marketing from HEC. He joined the Volvo Group in 2009. Since 2012 he has been Sales Director for southern Europe in charge of the Volvo Group’s truck business. Previously, he worked at Spie Batignolles, where he first of all headed the Marketing and New Business Department, before taking over the General Management of the Group’s Energies subsidiary.

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