Dayco Recruits Craig Frohock as New Aftermarket/Belt CEO

Dayco Recruits Craig Frohock as New Aftermarket/Belt CEO

Frohock is responsible for the business unit’s global operational performance and strategic direction. 

Dayco announced that Craig Frohock accepted the opportunity to join Dayco Aftermarket and Belts as its new chief executive officer, effective Jan. 16.

Reporting directly to the board of Dayco, Frohock is responsible for the business unit’s global operational performance and strategic direction. 

For the past six years, Frohock has held several senior leadership roles with Tenneco. Most recently he was the group vice president and general manager of the company’s OE ride-control business, and prior to that he served as the group vice president and general manager of its integrated supply chain operations within the global aftermarket business. He also served as group vice president and general manager of the company’s aftermarket chassis business and the sealing, engine and underhood services business. 

Prior to joining Tenneco, his career included 19 years at Meritor Inc., where he held positions of increasing responsibilities, including leading the aftermarket business. 

Frohock earned a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering and a master of business administration degree from Oakland University.  

“I am incredibly excited to join Dayco, a company with a rich history, a great brand and a strong market presence,” Frohock said. “I’m truly humbled by the opportunity to lead such a capable team as the company enters its next chapter.” 

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