The organizers of the MERA-Golisano Annual Conference have announced that Troy Clarke, chairman, president and CEO of Navistar, will speak about remanufacturing operations as the industry keynote speaker for the event.
Clarke was appointed chairman of Navistar International on Feb. 14. He assumed the role of president and CEO of the company on April 15, 2013, after serving as chief operating officer (COO) since August 2012.
As COO, Clarke was accountable for all Navistar operations in North America and globally. He assumed this role shortly after being named president, Truck and Engine, in July 2012. Clarke joined Navistar Inc. in 2010 as president of Navistar Asia Pacific, where he was responsible for leading the company’s growth initiatives in the region. He came to Navistar after a 35-year career at General Motors.
At General Motors, Clarke most recently served as president of GM North America and GM group vice president. Preceding that role, he spent two years as the president of GM Asia Pacific and GM group vice president. Clarke also held the role of GM group vice president of manufacturing and labor relations, where he was responsible for North America vehicle manufacturing, vehicle operations, the metal fabricating division and labor relations. Over the course of his career with GM, he held several additional leadership roles, including president and managing director of GM de Mexico and director of manufacturing for GM de Mexico.
Clarke is a member of the board of directors of Fuel Systems Solutions.
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