Suzuki Italy announces new motorcycle and marine division

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Suzuki Italia, headed by Massimo Nalli, reorganizes its Motorcycle and Marine divisions. Paolo Ilariuzzi, former commercial director of Suzuki Italia Marine, is now director of Suzuki Italia’s Motorcycle and Marine division. Paolo Ilariuzzi will now have responsibility for the sales, marketing, PR and after-sales departments of the Italian subsidiary.

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Paolo Ilariuzzi director of motorcycle and marine divisions

Paolo Ilariuzzi, director of the Motorcycle and Marine divisions, joined Suzuki Italia in 1995 and thanks to his consolidated experience in the after-sales departments of the three product lines, Service, Customer Relation and Approvals, in 2011 he assumed responsibility for the commercial sector of marine engines with the role of commercial director.

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Paul Ilariuzzi

Paolo Ilariuzzi, reporting as motorcycle and marine division director to the Japanese manufacturer’s vice-president Tomoki Taniguchi, will hold the position of sales director of Suzuki Italy Marine Division on an interim basis.

Watch our interview with Paolo Ilariuzzi here.


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