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Commercial Vehicle Group Announces Organizational Changes

Commercial Vehicle Group Inc. (CVGI) announced the realignment of its management team. The Company cited changes in its operating environment and the global commercial vehicle industry as the primary reasons for the changes.

As part of the realignment, Gordon Boyd, President of Seating Systems, will relocate to Asia and assume the role of President of Asian, European & Australian Markets, and be responsible for all interior and seating products within this market and focus on the long-term development of the management team in the Eastern hemisphere.

The company stated that Gerald Armstrong, President and General Manager of Cab Systems, will assume the role of President of North & South American Markets, and be responsible for all interior and seating system facilities in North and South America and oversee our development activities in Brazil.

Patrick Miller, Vice President and General Manager of Global Purchasing and Logistics, will assume the role of Vice President and General Manager of Industrial Markets & Parts, which includes our Piedmont, Alabama facility, and will also assume responsibility for our Structures facilities in Kings Mountain, NC and Shadyside, OH.

The company stated that Kevin Frailey will continue in his current role as President and General Manager of Global Electrical Systems.

The company stated that Chad Utrup will continue in his current role as Chief Financial Officer with global responsibility for all accounting, finance and human resource activities.

by RTT Staff Writer

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