MEMA Names Collin Shaw Chief Commercial Vehicle Officer & COO for its OE group

MEMA Names CVCO & COO for OE group

Before joining MEMA in 2022, Collin Shaw was responsible for North American business strategy at ZF Group.

Collin Shaw has been named MEMA’s new chief commercial vehicle officer (CCVO) and chief operating officer (COO) for the MEMA Original Equipment Suppliers membership group. Most recently, he served as president and chief operating officer of MEMA’s former heavy duty manufacturers division.

As MEMA’s CCVO, Shaw will drive the strategic direction in support of commercial vehicle suppliers, across both OE and Aftermarket membership groups.  In his new role as COO of MEMA Original Equipment suppliers, Shaw will leverage his extensive industry experience with OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers through programming, events, research and government relations.

Before joining MEMA in 2022, Shaw was responsible for North American business strategy at ZF Group.
He has more than 15 years of experience in the mobility industry within the automotive and commercial vehicle sectors. He has worked for several global companies and brands, with roles in marketing, communications, strategy, digital solutions, and business development. At FCA (now Stellantis), Shaw served as Jeep’s global brand manager and in Chrysler’s Leadership Development Program. While at WABCO, he partnered with heavy-duty OEMs to develop advanced technology roadmaps. 

“Commercial vehicle suppliers play a vital role in transportation and the US economy and I am honored to serve in this new role to champion and advance the business interests of commercial vehicle suppliers,” said Shaw.

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