Kevin Baney named Kenworth general manager, PACCAR vice president

Kevin Baney named Kenworth general manager, PACCAR vice president

Before his current position, Baney served for nearly three years as Kenworth assistant general manager for sales and marketing. Prior to that role, he was Kenworth chief engineer for nearly five years.

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Kevin Baney

Kevin Baney has been named general manager of Kenworth Truck Company and PACCAR vice president.

Before his current position, Baney served for nearly three years as Kenworth assistant general manager for sales and marketing. Prior to that role, he was Kenworth chief engineer for nearly five years.

Baney has been with PACCAR for 25 years. He began his PACCAR career as a design engineer, and has held positions of increasing responsibility in engineering at Peterbilt Motors Co. in Denton, Texas before joining Kenworth in 2012 as chief engineer.

Baney has a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from LeTourneau University and masters of business administration degree from the University of North Texas. He attended the Stanford Executive Program in 2015, and is a licensed professional engineer. Baney is based at Kenworth headquarters in Kirkland, Washington.

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