Chassix Names Cemal Aydogan As Vice President of Operations, Americas

Chassix Names Cemal Aydogan As Vice President Of Operations, Americas

Aydogan will be responsible for the management and coordination of all North and South America plant operations, encompassing 15 manufacturing facilities in the United States, Mexico and Brazil.

Chassix, a global lightweighting solutions and components supplier to the mobility industry, has named Cemal Aydogan as vice president of operations, Americas. 

Aydogan will be responsible for the management and coordination of all North and South America plant operations, encompassing 15 manufacturing facilities in the United States, Mexico and Brazil. He will be based in the Southfield, Michigan, headquarters and will report to Chassix President and CEO Andreas Weller.

“As a vertically integrated supplier, it’s critical that we have the right people to help us deliver the highest levels of accountability and responsiveness to meet customer needs for speed and flexibility,” Weller said. “Cemal’s experience supports our dedication to ensuring consistent processes and quality standards in all of our global markets.”

In this role, Aydogan will ensure the effectiveness of the plants’ safety program and the performance of the manufacturing process is at the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction. He will help Chassix achieve financial targets as part of the company’s global footprint. 

“I look forward to joining the Chassix team and supporting its global network to maintain consistent processes and the highest-quality solutions,” Aydogan said.

Most recently, Aydogan served as vice president of operations, Americas for Maxion Wheels, where he oversaw eight plants located in the United States, Mexico and Brazil. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey and completed the Executive Strategic Management Program at KAMPÜS A.Ş., in Istanbul, Turkey. In addition to his formal studies, he is Six Sigma Green Belt. 

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