Heavy Duty Trucking

NOV 2014

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30 HDT • NOVEMBER 2014 www.truckinginfo.com productivity and technology objectives. Cummins West- port named Rob Neitzke, general manager of the construction segment of Cummins off-highway engine business, to president of Cummins Westport effective Jan. 1. Neitzke, with Cummins since 1994, previously worked at Deloitte and Allison Gas Turbine. Gordon Exel , current president, will return to a senior leadership position at Westport at the end of 2014. Takaharu Fushimi , a managing corporate officer with Tokyo, Japan- based Yokohama Rubber Co., returned to the U.S. to become CEO for Yoko- hama Corpora- tion of North America. Fleet Engineers welcomes Kenneth Griswold as vice president of sales and marketing. Griswold spent the last 20 years at SAF-Holland. NGVAmerica named Matthew Godlewski as president, succeeding Rich Kolodziej , who is retiring after being NGVAmerica's president since 1996. Judy McReynolds, president and chief executive officer of ArcBest Corp., has been named chair- man of the board of the American Transportation Research In- stitute, succeeding Steve Williams , chairman and CEO of Maverick Transportation. Reyco Granning hired John Stuart as the new vice president of engineering. Stuart has more than 24 years of experience in engineering for the transportation industry. Duane Long is the American Truck- ing Associations' 70th chairman. Long is the chairman of Longistics, a provider of global logistics solutions in Raleigh, N.C. On the Move GE Capital Fleet Services named Todd Good senior vice president of sales to grow the company's fleet services business in the oil & gas industry. As VP of business development for PHH Arval, he focused on energy company fleets in the Texas market. Eaton named Gerard Devito vice president, technology, Vehicle Group. He will be responsible for lead- ing and directing all engineering activities for the Vehicle Group to meet financial, growth, Takaharu Fushimi Rob Neitzke R o b N e i t z k e There's no beating the ease of doing business with your trusted local truck parts distributor. As part of North America's Leading Truck Parts Network ® , your local VIPAR Heavy Duty Parts Professional offers the brands you want and the expertise you need, with the strength and resources of a network of over 500 locations throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. The Right People. The Right Parts. The Right Places. Find out more at www.vipar.com © 2014 VIPAR Heavy Duty The Expertise of Your Local Truck Parts Professional Backed by the Power of a North American Network www.VIPAR.com Gerard Devito G e r a r d D e v i t o Circle 161 on Reader Action Card Trucking's Most Respected Business Report hotline Kenneth Griswold K e n n e t h G r i s w o l d Judy McReynolds J u d y M c R e y n o l d s

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