Dayco Announces John Kinnick as President of Global Belt Operations

Dayco Announces John Kinnick as President of Global Belt Operations

Kinnick will be responsible for overseeing operational performance, strategic planning and development of the global belt organization.

Dayco has announced the appointment of John Kinnick as president global belt operations.

Kinnick will be responsible for overseeing operational performance, strategic planning and development of the global belt organization.  

“I am excited to support our over 4,000 associates as we build on Dayco’s 110-plus-year history of innovation and relationships,” Kinnick said. “Our goal is to create value for our customers through quality product, experienced customer service and on-time delivery at the right price.”

Kinnick brings more than 20 years in strategy and transformational roles with a focus on operations and supply chain, according to the company. Prior to Dayco, Kinnick successfully led strategic projects at Goodyear and ZF/TRW, where he drove improvements in performance, cash flow and market development in Asia, Europe and the Americas.

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