- Motor giant Ford has unveiled a raft of senior management changes as it continues progress on its 'One Ford' transformation plan.

Ford Motor Company senior vice-president and controller Peter Daniel, 62, is retiring from 1 October after 38 years with the firm.

Darryl Hazel, senior vice president and president, Ford Customer Service Division, will retire after more than 37 years of service with the company.

He will serve as a special advisor to Ford on global service initiatives to the end of the year, reporting to Jim Farley

Bob Shanks, vice-president, is elected controller, Ford Motor Company

Jim Farley, group vice president, continues leading Global Marketing and adds operational responsibility for Canada, Mexico and South America

Ken Czubay, vice-president, will now lead US Marketing, Sales and Service while Frederiek Toney is elected vice-president, Ford Customer Service Division and Dave Schoch is appointed controller, the Americas.

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