People On The Move: Week Of Oct. 4

People On The Move: Week Of Oct. 4

A look back at personnel changes of the past week.

Driven Brands Names Chief Digital And Data Officer

Matt Meier brings more than 25 years of experience across a variety of industries and disciplines within the IT, digital and data domains.

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New Plant Manager/VP For Yokohama Tire Manufacturing MS

Phillip Calhoun brings more than 28 years of manufacturing leadership experience with Ford and Nissan.

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Jim Holik Promoted To Director Of Marketing For The Alliance

Holik joined the Alliance as digital content manager in July 2017 and was promoted to creative marketing manager in 2018.

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Truck Hero Hires Former Carhartt Marketing Executive

Tony Ambroza joins Truck Hero as the company’s new chief growth officer.

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Tim Wheeler Joins Hart Marx Advisors As Partner

Wheeler brings more than 32 years of experience to the Hart Marx Advisors team, most recently from WELD Racing.

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Glenn Barco Joins AP Emissions Technologies As VP Of Sales

Barco joins AP after serving in various sales executive roles at Cardone, Dorman and BBB Industries.

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Matthias Arleth Named CEO Of MAHLE Group

He succeeds Dr. Jörg Stratmann, who left the Group on March 31, 2021.

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Cloyes Promotes Smith To Director Of Category Management

Ryan Smith joined Cloyes in December of 2013 as sales and marketing coordinator. He was promoted to manager of special markets and category management in 2019.

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FleetPride Names VP Of Category Management And Sourcing

Michael Keller rejoins FleetPride, where he previously held various roles, including director of category management, from 2008 to 2014.

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Pirelli Tire North America Names New CEO

Claudio Zanardo previously served as senior vice president, Moto and Velo at Pirelli headquarters in Milan.

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Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket Adds To US/Canada Sales Team

Mike Ferris will be responsible for promoting Schaeffler’s comprehensive product line for the automotive aftermarket.

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