New location and secretary for FIVA
The International Federation of Historic Vehicles has moved to new offices in Turin, alongside welcoming a fresh face as General Secretary.
After a fruitful decade based out of Brussels, Belgium, the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens, or International Federation of Historic Vehicles known as FIVA, has announced a permanent move to an independent office in Turin, Italy.
With the move, FIVA has also welcomed a new member of the team as General Secretary. Gian Mario Mollar took the reigns as of June 14. Jot it down in your contacts book!
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Gian was previously known for his stint at Automotoclub Storico Italiano (ASI), already familiar with FIVA’s working culture and systems. The present team claim to be delighted with Gian's 'combination of youth, vitality and experience, ingredients that are necessary to improve the efficiency of this ever-growing federation of clubs, professionals, institutions, corporates, global partners – and likeminded automotive enthusiasts'.
Welcoming Gian Mario Mollar, FIVA president Patrick Rollet commented, ‘Gian Mario is a highly enthusiastic young colleague who will contribute markedly to the streamlining of systems and the workings of FIVA, and help us improve the professionalism and efficiency of this international body over the coming years.
‘At the same time, we say a huge thank you and bid a fond farewell to Dora Caberg, who has given nine years of faithful and professional service to FIVA as our Office Manager in Brussels. Dora is supporting the transition from Brussels to Turin and will then be leaving FIVA on 31 August 2018.’
FIVA's new address
The new, full address for the FIVA office is:
Strada Val San Martino Superiore 27B
You can find out more through the FIVA website.
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