HELLA Fills Key Senior Management Posts For The Americas

HELLA Fills Key Senior Management Posts For The Americas

Jörg Weisgerber, Timo Krokowski and Christoph Söhnchen have joined the HELLA Team in Plymouth, Michigan.

Jörg Weisgerber, Timo Krokowski and Christoph Söhnchen have been appointed to key management positions at HELLA, a global supplier of lighting and electronic products for the auto industry.

Weisgerber has been named CEO of HELLA Electronics for North and South America, with overall responsibility for the company’s electronics business in the region, including strategy, product development and manufacturing operations. He previously had been president of IEE Sensing – North America.

Previously managing director of HELLA Vietnam based in Ho Chi Minh City, Krokowski has been appointed vice president of program management – Electronics in the Americas, including body electronics, advanced driver assistance systems and energy management.

Sӧhnchen has been named vice president for program management – components with responsibility for actuators in the Americas and global responsibility for sensors. He previously was vice president of program management – sensors at the company’s headquarters in Lippstadt, Germany.

All three executives will be based at HELLA’s offices in Plymouth, Michigan.

Weisgerber holds a degree in electrical engineering from Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany. Krokowski holds a mechanical engineering degree from Beuth University of Applied Sciences in Berlin, Germany. Söhnchen is a graduate of Karlsruhe University in Germany, with a master’s degree in industrial engineering and management.

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