Ivor Johnson has been appointed operation director global fleet at Pfizer. The pharma giant has a global vehicle fleet of over 20,000 vehicles in more than 70 countries. He succeeds Fred Turco who is now in charge of business development and professional service procurement at Pfizer.  In his new role, Ivor reports to Martin Dolezel, senior director global procurement.

After having worked in strategic procurement at Bristol-Myers Squibb, and after having held executive functions at Fleet Logistics UK and Leasdrive Velo, Johnson became Pfizer’s fleet director EMEA in 2008 and as such was also involved in the global fleet strategy roll-out. In 2011, Johnson was elected International Fleet Manager of the year at the Fleet Europe Awards.

Related: Pfizer Promotes Global Fleet Operations Analyst

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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Mike Antich covered fleet management and remarketing for more than 20 years and was inducted into the Fleet Hall of Fame in 2010 and the Global Fleet of Hal in 2022. He also won the Industry Icon Award, presented jointly by the IARA and NAAA industry associations.

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