DETROIT -- Nissan North America Inc. is switching leaders of its Nissan Division.
Mark McNabb will be replaced by Brad Bradshaw, president of Nissan Canada Inc.
McNabb will become senior vice president of sales and marketing of general overseas markets. He had been Nissan Division chief since 2003 and played a role in launching the Armada SUV, Titan pickup and Quest minivan, among other vehicles. McNabb has been with Nissan since 1986.
The changes take effect Oct. 20, a Nissan spokeswoman said.
McNabb is filling a position that has been vacant since Toshiyuki Shiga was promoted to COO in February.
Bradshaw has led Nissan Canada since 2002 and has been with the automaker since 1983.
Mark Grimm, who has been regional vice president of Nissan's northeast region since 1998, will take over as president of Nissan Canada. He joined the automaker in 1984.
Al Castignetti, regional vice president of Infiniti's central region, will take Grimm's position.
Wayne Adair, who is director of research and brand management, will become regional vice president of Infiniti's central region.
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