Chassix Names Andreas Weller President And CEO

Chassix Names Andreas Weller President And CEO

Weller joins the company as it expands globally with new customers, major capital investments and new facilities in Europe and China.  

Chassix Inc., global automotive supplier of safety-critical lightweight casting and machining solutions, has named Andreas Weller as its new President and CEO.

Weller joins the company as it expands globally with new customers, major capital investments and new facilities in Europe and China.

“Andreas has an impressive track record of strategic and operational accomplishments with some of the industry’s most notable automotive suppliers over the past two decades that will prove valuable as we continue to accelerate our growth globally,” said Jonathan Foster, chairman of Chassix Inc. “As a leading company in each of the markets we serve, Andreas’ experience in leading and managing global operations will serve Chassix and our customers well in delivering high-quality, timely and innovative lightweighting solutions.”

Weller, who has lived and worked in the major automotive industry markets in North America, Europe and China, comes to Chassix from the ZF Group, where he most recently served as president, Asia Pacific.

Based in Shanghai, he had overall responsibility for ZF’s Asia Pacific operations. Prior to the acquisition of TRW by ZF, Weller was responsible for TRW’s Commercial Steering Systems business. He joined TRW from Dana Corp., where he held several key leadership roles, most recently serving as vice president and general manager, commercial vehicle. Previously, he assumed various roles of increasingly responsibility at Webasto AG and the Boston Consulting Group.

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