General Motors South Africa's (GMSA) has announced the promotion of three employees within its management structure.

General Motors South Africa's (GMSA) has announced the promotion of three employees within its management structure.

Zureen Theunissen has been appointed the new industrial engineering manager for the manufacturer's Kempston Road plant. Prior to this, she held the position of quality systems manager at the company's Struandale plant.

She began her career with the company as a work study technician in 1998 and holds a national higher diploma in production management from Port Elizabeth Technikon.

Glenn Carreathers, who has worked in several areas across GM's North American operation, including global purchasing, supply chain and supplier quality engineering since 1999, has been promoted to the position of production procurement manager - interior and exterior.

Carreathers has been based in South Africa since January on a three-year assignment to strengthen the local division's procurement activities within GM's global purchasing structure.

He holds a bachelor of applied sciences degree in electrical engineering from Sienna Heights University in Michigan, United States and an MBA from Lawrence Technological University, also in Michigan.

Louis Maritz has been promoted to the position of manager - supplier quality and development, as GMSA increases its drive to sharpen its quality standards.

Maritz was previously the manager of the supplier quality and development advance quality in the company's procurement and engineering department.

He joined the company as an industrial engineer in 1995, and holds a national higher diploma in industrial engineering, a national higher diploma in management practice, and a masters of technology in Business Administration from Port Elizabeth Technikon.

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