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News   November 9, 2010   by Auto Service World

Federal-Mogul Announces Changes to Aftermarket Organization


Federal-Mogul Corporation has announced appointments and changes to its aftermarket organization.
Federal-Mogul Corporation has announced that Bob Egan has tbeen appointed vice president, customer relations for the global aftermarket.
“Bob will assume responsibility for the development of our strategic partnerships with our key customers worldwide,” said Jay Burkhart, senior vice president, global aftermarket. “Bob’s extensive experience in the aftermarket industry makes him uniquely suited for this new role.”
Egan will report to Burkhart in his new position.
Also, Paul Johnson joins Federal-Mogul as vice president, North America, global aftermarket. Johnson will report directly to Jay Burkhart, senior vice president, global aftermarket and will be located at the World Headquarters in Southfield, Mich. He assumes the position formerly held by Bob Egan, now vice president, customer relations, global aftermarket.
Johnson most recently held the position of general director, ACDelco. During his career with General Motors, Johnson has held positions of increasing responsibility in aftersales, product management, business development and finance. Johnson led the establishment of the automotive parts procurement center in Shanghai, China. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University and an M.B.A. from The University of Michigan.
“We are excited to have Paul join the Federal-Mogul team. He is an accomplished professional with experience in successfully growing a large and complex aftermarket business. His leadership will be invaluable as we continue to grow the Federal-Mogul portfolio in a rapidly changing marketplace. Our goal is to provide customers with the best products and brands, driven by enhanced category analysis, world-class customer service and supply chain management,” said Burkhart.
In addition, the following new functions have been added to the North American sales and marketing organization, reporting to Johnson: category insight and analysis; customer transaction services; and customer supply chain planning. Individual appointments to these roles will be announced shortly.

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