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TI Fluid Systems Names Hans Dieltjens CEO Designate, To Succeed William Kozyra

TI Fluid Systems (TIFS.L), a manufacturer of fluid storage, carrying and delivery systems primarily for light duty automotive, announced Wednesday the appointment of Hans Dieltjens as Chief Executive Officer designate.

Dieltjens, currently Executive Vice President, will succeed William Kozyra, who will retire as President and Chief Executive Officer and step down from the Board of Directors in the fourth quarter of this year.

Dieltjens will take on the role of Chief Operating Officer effective March 1 as a transitional step towards becoming CEO and being appointed to the Board of Directors concurrent with Kozyra's retirement.

Kozyra joined TI Fluid Systems in 2008 and was instrumental in bringing the company public in 2017.

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