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Volvo Bus Australia appoints new electromobility and compliance manager

Volvo Bus Australia has announced the arrival of a new electromobility and compliance manager to take its electromobility offerings to the next level

Volvo Bus Australia has announced the appointment its new electromobility and compliance manager, with Nick Carnie set to bolster Volvo’s bodybuild engineering team.

Bringing over a decade of experience from his tenure as product engineering leader at Volgren, Volvo says Carnie’s strong understanding of ADR compliance and electromobility will be instrumental in advancing Volvo Bus’s initiatives in Australia and New Zealand.

In this new role, Carnie will report directly to Volvo Bus Australia general manager Mitchell Peden, with a secondary reporting line to Volvo Asia Pacific director of product, industry and electromobility Mark Fryer.

Carnie’s primary responsibilities will be overseeing the introduction of e-mobility models into the Australian and New Zealand markets, ensuring compliance of new products and facilitating the seamless integration of new product in Australia.

Additionally, he will oversee various technical and quality projects, develop crucial quality and compliance processes and offer technical and product compliance expertise for tenders as needed.

Carnie will work closely with Daniel Coleman, who makes up the other half of the Volvo Bus Australia bodybuild engineering team as bodybuild manager.

“Nick’s wealth of experience and expertise make him an invaluable addition to our team,” Peden says.

“His leadership will drive innovation and ensure we continue to deliver high-quality, compliant solutions to our customers.”

Volvo Bus Australia says it looks forward to the contributions Carnie will make in advancing the company’s commitment to electromobility and compliance excellence.

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