Norm Young Named CEO of Thyssenkrupp Crankshaft Co. - aftermarketNews

Norm Young Named CEO of Thyssenkrupp Crankshaft Co.

Young joins Thyssenkrupp following a 20-year career in the automotive industry, working in the operations, sales, marketing and service sectors.

DANVILLE, Ill. – ThyssenKrupp Crankshaft Co. has named Norman Young as its new chief executive officer.

Young joins Thyssenkrupp following a 20-year career in the automotive industry, working in the operations, sales, marketing and service sectors. Most recently vice president of North American sales and global service operations for Delphi Product and Service Solutions, Young also served as president of Delphi’s Integrated Service Solutions and as vice president of global aftermarket sales and service for SPX Corp.

“I am very pleased to be joining an outstanding company such as ThyssenKrupp Crankshaft and I look forward to working with every member of the Crankshaft team to build on a proven record of success,” said Young.

A native of Canada, Young received his undergraduate degree from Ferris State University and his master’s in business administration from the DeVos Business School at Northwood University, both located in Michigan.

In conjunction with his new position, Young and his family will soon be relocating to the Danville, Ill., area.

 

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