General Motors has reorganized its business structure in Southeast Asia, a market that is part of the GMIO (GM International Operations) business unit.
In effect, The General is establishing a fully integrated business structure for Southeast Asia that it says is to “drive greater customer focus, grow Chevrolet sales and improve profitability.”
“As the industry continues to change, we are transforming our business, establishing GM as a more focused and disciplined company,” said Stefan Jacoby, GM executive vice president and president of GM International, which includes markets beyond the Americas, Europe and China.
“Globally, we are in the right markets to drive profitability, strengthen our business performance and capitalize on growth opportunities for the long term, including Southeast Asia. We are now optimizing our operations to further improve our competitiveness and cost base.”
Jacoby added, “Southeast Asia is an important market for GM. We are manufacturing several products in the region, including award-winning trucks