FCA South Africa CEO Graham Eagle (left) previously worked as vice president for South Africa Operations for Honda.
 - Photo courtesy of Honda

FCA South Africa CEO Graham Eagle (left) previously worked as vice president for South Africa Operations for Honda.

Photo courtesy of Honda

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) announced that it has appointed Graham Eagle as its new chief executive for South Africa to replace Robin van Rensburg, who resigned from the position.

Eagle has 40 years of experience working in the automotive industry, beginning as a project engineer at the Nissan Group, before taking managerial and executive positions at Honda Motors South Africa. In 2016, Eagle became Honda's vice president for South Africa operations.

Eagle will replace van Rensburg, who resigned from the position to pursue other opportunities, according to FCA.

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