Timken Names General Manager, Automotive Aftermarket, The Americas - aftermarketNews

Timken Names General Manager, Automotive Aftermarket, The Americas

Jack Cameron, current Timken general manager of automotive aftermarket for North America, has been promoted to general manager of automotive aftermarket for the Americas. Cameron, who has been with Timken for five years, brings to the position more than 20 years of experience.

CANTON, OH — Jack Cameron, current Timken general manager of automotive aftermarket for North America, has been promoted to general manager of automotive aftermarket for the Americas.

Cameron, who has been with Timken for five years, brings to the position more than 20 years of experience. Dan Muller, vice president – global distribution at Timken, said Cameron has been instrumental in the rapid growth of our automotive aftermarket program in North America. In his new role, he will focus on developing the automotive aftermarket in Latin America.

The Timken Automotive Aftermarket offers more than 12,000 bearings and seals for passenger cars and light trucks, as well as a full range of heavy truck bearings and kits.

To learn more about The Timken Co., go to: www.timken.com.

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