Federal-Mogul Motorparts announces organizational changes

Federal-Mogul Motorparts announces organizational changes

Federal-Mogul Motorparts, a division of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corp., announced a series of leadership appointments. The following appointments, effective immediately, will better align the company’s regional operations and strengthen its business units while supporting global growth, according to Federal-Mogul Motorparts:

  • Martin Hendricks, president of Motorparts, Europe, Middle East and Africa
  • Keith Power, president, Asia Pacific
  • Rainer Bostel, senior vice president and general manager of global braking
  • Bradley Norton, senior vice president of global chassis and service
  • Andrew Sexton, senior vice president of global sealing and engine
  • Bob Egan, senior vice president of North America sales and strategy

“Our team of newly-appointed leaders has the combined knowledge, experience and talent to successfully execute our business strategy and ensure our customers receive the highest quality products and service in the industry,” said Daniel Ninivaggi, co-CEO of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corp. and CEO of Federal-Mogul Motorparts. “My highest priority upon joining Federal-Mogul Motorparts was to form the best global management team in our business. These latest appointments, which include long-standing Federal-Mogul executives as well as industry veterans from outside the company, is a major step in that direction.”

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