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American Axle CFO Robin Adams Rejoins BorgWarner

Former American Axle and BorgWarner exec Robin Adams has rejoined the company to take on the positions of executive vice president, chief financial officer (CFO) and chief administrative officer. Adams replaces William Cline who has been serving as acting CFO for the company.Adams most recently served as executive vice president of finance and CFO for American Axle and Manufacturing. Prior to that he was with BorgWarner for 13 years, serving as vice president and treasurer from 1993 to 1999.

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CHICAGO — Former American Axle and BorgWarner exec Robin Adams has rejoined the company to take on the positions of executive vice president, chief financial officer (CFO) and chief administrative officer. Adams replaces William Cline who has been serving as acting CFO for the company. Cline will resume his normal activities as corporate vice president and controller. The position of chief administrative officer is new to BorgWarner.

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Adams most recently served as executive vice president of finance and CFO for American Axle and Manufacturing. Prior to that he was with BorgWarner for 13 years, serving as vice president and treasurer from 1993 to 1999.

Areas reporting to Adams will include accounting, audit, finance, treasury, tax, business development, investor relations and corporate communications, and information technology. These and the company’s other corporate functions will be transitioned from Chicago, to Auburn Hills, Mich., over the next year. Adams will be located at BorgWarner’s temporary corporate office in Troy, Mich., prior to the company’s headquarters move to Auburn Hills in the spring of 2005.

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For more information about BorgWarner, go to: http://www.bwauto.com.

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