Benefield retiring; Nissan has new U.S. plan

Chappell, Lindsay
March 2000
Automotive News;3/20/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5866, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the implications of the retirement of Jerry Benefield, president and chief executive officer of Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corp. in the United States. Appointment of Dan Gaudette as head of the manufacturing division; Background on the employment of Benefield; Contribution of Benefield on the increase in production capacity.


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