Dax Neal becomes warehouse operations manager and James “Coy” Peach is now director of continuous improvement/operations.
Terry McCormack, CARDONE Industries executive chairman and CEO, announced he will step down as CEO but will continue as the executive chairman of the company’s board of directors. McCormack also announced the appointment of Stan Gowisnock as CARDONE’s new president and CEO, effective Aug. 3.
Rossi comes to Mevotech with more than 20 years of manufacturing engineering experience, including process engineering, Six Sigma and Lean manufacturing. He holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering.
Nelles has been working for the Power Transmission Group since 2010 and was most recently in charge of the automotive original equipment segment.
Castles has been part of W M Automotive Warehouse Inc. for 38 years and has more than 45 years experience in the automotive parts industry.
In his new position, Cook plans to help the Network strengthen existing hard-parts programs while expanding outside traditional suppliers.
In this interview from our sister publication, aftermarketNews.com, Hughes updates us MAHLE’s acquisition of RTI technologies and talks about the company’s new and award-winning products.
Takeshi Nagasaka succeeds Youichi Yamashita, who returned to Japan to serve at DENSO Trim, a Power Train affiliate.
Uni-Select announced in a press release that the objective is to streamline and reduce the size of its corporate support functions. As a result, the role of vice president, corporate services and chief financial officer (CFO) will be transitioned into a more traditional financial role of CFO.
Burkhart will be based at MEMA’s global headquarters in Research Triangle Park, N.C., and will provide strategic guidance and global aftermarket direction to Dr. Yilong Chen, managing director of the new MEMA China Center in Shanghai, which also serves as the location of the AASA China Aftermarket Office.
Roy spent more than 17 years at Uni-Select, including more than seven years as the corporation’s CEO.
In her new role, Renee Sandford will serve as a liaison between key departments.