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PAN reshuffles team for better performance

PAN Nigeria Limited

In its bid to reposition PAN Nigeria Limited for better performance, the management of the company has announced a reshuffling of its management team. Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed, the managing director made this announcement at the company’s executive management meeting/retreat held in Kaduna last weekend.

In taking this measure, the PAN boss explained that, “We have taken a long and careful look at the experiences and competencies of key officials who hold strategic positions in the company, and we have embarked on this reshuffling which is aimed at delivering a better overall performance of our company in 2020 and beyond.

This management redeployment exercise is part of our transformation strategies at PAN Nigeria.”
Among the six management staff redeployed are Salaudeen Abdulhafiz who moves from head of after-sales Department to head of spare parts while Pakshar Yakubu, head of commercial, PAN Leaning Centre, replaces Abdulhafiz as the new head of after-sales.

In a press statement signed and made available to BusinessDay by Oladeji Victor Bamidele, the new head, corporate communications, PAN Nigeria Limited said that Ojo Oladapo, former head of production is now the head of quality department while Christopher Osifeko who formerly headed the quality department is now the head of production even as Dorothy Abdul, former head of administration takes over as the head of procurement.

On the other hand, Maria Maikasa was redeployed from her position as head of procurement to head of methods and study.

Addressing the management executives, Mohammed noted that the shake up will deepen and expand the knowledge base of the staff, hereby improving their efficiency. He charged them to proactively take strategic steps that will improve customer satisfaction and delivery at the auto company.

In May 2019, Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed, a successful banker of over three decades, took over from Ibrahim Boyi as the managing director and chief executive of PAN, with the mandate to reposition the company and revive its fortunes as the leading automobile assembly company in the country.