Following the implementation of the new Volvo Group Trucks Sales France organisation, Philippe Gorjux has been appointed Commercial Director, France for Renault Trucks and representative of the brand in France. He was director of Renault Trucks Spain and Portugal and has been working at Renault Trucks since 1987.
Renault Trucks France has a new Commercial Director. Philippe Gorjux has just been appointed to this position by Jean-Claude Bailly, Managing Director of Volvo Group Trucks Sales France. In the new organisation, he is responsible for all Renault Trucks sales activities in France via four major sales channels: the Sales network, Aftersales network, Transport Solutions and Key Accounts. The heads of these channels will be appointed subsequently. Philippe Gorjux will also be the representative of the Renault Trucks brand in France and responsible for its expansion.
“I am very pleased to assume this new function within Renault Trucks in France,” says Philippe Gorjux, “France is our historic home and our prime market. My objective is to grow our market share and ensure total customer satisfaction. To do that, I aim to boost and refresh our teams’ approach and exploit not only a strong network dedicated exclusively to Renault Trucks, but also an outstanding range of vehicles spearheaded by the Renault Trucks T, voted International truck of the year 2015.”
“This is a new phase for Renault Trucks in France,” states Jean-Claude Bailly, “The Volvo Group has major ambitions for the Renault Trucks brand in France. We are reorganising our teams and generating new energy in the service of our customers. Philippe Gorjux has been working for Renault Trucks for some 30 years, His devotion to the brand and the experience he has accumulated in his various international functions at Renault Trucks will be invaluable in injecting renewed vigour into Renault Trucks in France.”
Philippe Gorjux, 56, graduated from the ICS Paris. He joined Renault Trucks (at the time, Renault VI) in 1987 in the internal audit department, which he headed up as of 1995. After a period as Director of Finance in Italy and then Director of Management Control in France, he was successful as General Manager for the Renault Trucks subsidiaries in Hungary, Poland, Central Europe and then Spain and Portugal where he relaunched Renault Trucks’ growth until 2015.