Michael Brosseau Named President Of Röchling Automotive USA

Michael Brosseau Named President Of Röchling Automotive USA

The 30-year industry veteran will lead company activities in North America.

Looking to expand its position in the global auto industry, Röchling Automotive USA has hired Michael Brosseau as president, effective Jan. 8. Brosseau brings 30 years of automotive experience, including three as president of a Tier 1 supplier, to the aerodynamics, propulsion and new mobility integrated system solutions provider.

“We are delighted to have Mike, with his extensive automotive industry experience, join our team to grow and lead our business within the North American market,” said Erwin Doll, CEO, Röchling Automotive Group.

“Röchling has an impressive history of developing solutions to address industry challenges including reducing emissions, weight and fuel consumption. With our industry constantly evolving, we’re excited to have Mike help us expand our position in the market and add to our breadth of experience and knowledge.”

Brosseau brings his comprehensive expertise and leadership skills to Röchling. He will have responsibility over the company’s U.S., Canada and Mexico operations.

“I’m excited to kick off the new year by joining Röchling Automotive,” said Brosseau. “It’s a dynamic company in many ways, and I look forward to getting to know the team and working together to achieve, and hopefully exceed, our goals.”

Brosseau will report directly to Doll and work out of the company’s Technical Center in Troy, Michigan. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Kettering University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Detroit Mercy.

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