Andrew Wareing, a 24-year Nissan veteran, takes over as purchasing boss for the Japanese automaker’s Americas region starting May 1.
Wareing, 53, will oversee purchasing for Nissan’s operations in the region, including vehicle assembly and engine manufacturing plants in the U.S., Mexico and South America.
He will also oversee supplier quality assurance, purchasing project management and supplier relations.
Wareing is currently regional vice president of purchasing for Nissan in Africa, the Middle East, India, Europe and the Oceania region.
The executive started his career with the automaker as a buyer at the Nissan Motor Manufacturing plant in Sunderland, England.
Wareing succeeds Hiroshi Izumiyama in the role. A Nissan spokesperson was unable to share specifics about Izumiyama’s next assignment.