Rick Smith, vice president store operations, will be promoted to senior vice president, human resources, customer satisfaction in January.
These recent changes support the ongoing expansion and growth of DENSO’s aftermarket business, the company says.
President George Sherman named interim CEO, effective Jan. 3, 2016. Darren Jackson will retire as CEO after eight years.
Standard Motor Products has announced that Chairman and CEO Lawrence “Larry” Sills plans to retire as CEO of the company and will become executive chairman of the board of directors effective March 31, 2016. Eric Sills, president, will succeed him as CEO and will be appointed to the board of directors.
In this position, Greg DelGozzo will be responsible for sales of Spectra Premium products in the U.S. traditional aftermarket business division.
Among the changes, Mark Finestone, senior vice president, merchandising and store development, has been promoted to executive vice president, merchandising, supply chain and marketing.
Huber will be based in Farmington Hills, Mich., and will be responsible for MAHLE Service Solutions, which specializes in the development, manufacturing and distribution of automotive services, tools and maintenance equipment, including air conditioning service, fluid exchange and nitrogen tire inflation systems.
Mathias Barton has been appointed to serve as the company’s CEO. Barton succeeds Steven Berman, who has assumed the role of executive chairman. The appointments of Barton as CEO and Berman as executive chairman represent the next step in the company’s long-term succession plan.
Wang served as the vice president and general manager of East Lake New Energy Automobile Corp. in China where he was responsible for its specialty vehicle business.
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Dave Wolman joins Motul’s Center of Excellence (CoE) for PowerSports as director for the Americas region. Guillaume Pailleret becomes president of Motul USA.
Michael Angel Grajeda got his start working on cars with his uncle as a small child.