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Jaguar Land Rover appoints new director of manufacturing

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Jaguar Land Rover has appointed Wolfgang Stadler as its new director of manufacturing.

Stadler will be responsible for Jaguar Land Rover's global manufacturing operations and will report directly to Dr Ralf Speth, CEO.

He joins the company from BMW Group where he held the position of senior vice president, BMW Plant Dingolfing. Prior to this he has held a number of senior positions at BMW Group internationally, including managing director, BMW South Africa.

Speth said: "We look forward to welcoming Wolfgang to Jaguar Land Rover. He brings a wealth of experience at this exciting time when Jaguar Land Rover is restructuring and going for sustainable and profitable growth simultaneously."

Stadler will replace Paul Cope who is retiring at the end of the year after 37 years at Jaguar Land Rover and Ford Motor Company.

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