MANN+HUMMEL Names Head of Transportation Division

MANN+HUMMEL Names Head of Transportation Division

Hasmeet Kaur joins MANN+HUMMEL, effective August 1.

MANN+HUMMEL appointed Hasmeet Kaur as president of its Global Transportation Division, effective August 1. The company said in her new role, Kaur will lead the Original Equipment unit, as well as the Automotive Aftermarket unit.

Kaur joins MANN+HUMMEL from the consultant firm Roland Berger, where she was a global managing director as well as Member of the Board. During her 11 years at the company, she executed projects for over 75 global automotive companies across 25 countries, according to a news release from MANN+HUMMEL.

“Hasmeet brings unparalleled expertise in serving automotive companies, focusing on results and innovative product portfolios. As we strengthen our product brands through innovations in core business as well as introduce new filtration solutions for new power trains and alternative fuels both in the Aftermarket as well as Original Equipment space we are delighted to welcome her to lead our transportation division to further accelerate our transformation efforts with our global teams. Her experience leading transformation efforts uniquely qualifies her for this role,” said Kurk Wilks, president and CEO of the MANN+HUMMEL Group.

“Having dedicated a significant period of my career to advising the automotive industry, I believe it is time to explore a different perspective. I couldn’t be more excited to steer MANN+HUMMEL’s transportation division in the current transformation journey,” said Kaur.

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