Former Delphi Exec Named Federal-Mogul VP of Sales and Marketing

first_imgSOUTHFIELD, MI — William “Steve” Bowers has been appointed senior vice president, sales and marketing for Federal-Mogul. He was also named a member of the strategy board and an officer for the company. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement “Steve brings nearly 30 years of international automotive leadership experience to Federal-Mogul,” said Jose Maria Alapont, Federal-Mogul’s chairman, president and CEO. “His strong customer relationships and valuable global expertise will help drive Federal-Mogul’s sales and the development of market base to fully support our global profitable growth strategy.” Bowers comes to Federal-Mogul from Delphi, where he most recently served as executive director of sales, marketing and planning for the energy & chassis division. Previously, he was based in Tokyo, Japan, as the Asia-Pacific regional director for Delphi’s energy & chassis systems. He was responsible for all aspects of the business for China, India, Japan, Korea, Australia and Saudi Arabia markets, including manufacturing operations, customer service and engineering centers. Prior to that, he worked as chief engineer and spent four years as technical director for Delphi’s European Technical Center. Bowers’ early career included positions such as engineering group manager, divisional program manager, powertrain systems development engineer and control systems engineer at General Motors Corp. Bowers earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan State University, Lansing, MI. He is the recipient of U.S. and European patents. Advertisement For more information about Federal-Mogul, go to: www.federal-mogul.com . _______________________________________ Click here to view the rest of today’s headlines.last_img read more

Goodyear Board Elects Richard Kramer Chief Operating Officer

first_imgAKRON, Ohio — The board of directors of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. has elected Richard Kramer chief operating officer of the company, reporting to Robert Keegan, chairman and chief executive officer. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement The new role is effective immediately and will be in addition to Kramer’s current role as president of the company’s North American Tire business until his successor is named. “Rich’s appointment as chief operating officer reflects our game plan of having a laser focus on operations globally during these extraordinary times,” Keegan said. “It also reflects the confidence that the board and I have in Rich’s overall business leadership capability. “Rich brings enormous credibility and respect from all key constituents, our associates, our customers and Wall Street,” Keegan added. “Under Rich’s leadership in North American Tire, his team has successfully managed the business to deal swiftly and effectively with the current challenging economic environment.” Kramer, 45, was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and is a 1986 graduate of John Carroll University where he earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration. He joined Goodyear as vice president of corporate finance in 2000 after 13 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), where he served in a variety of roles in the United States and Europe. He was a partner with PwC when he joined Goodyear.   In 2004, Kramer was elected executive vice president and chief financial officer. In March of 2007, he was elected to his current position as president of the North American Tire business. North American Tire is the company’s largest business unit with 2008 sales of $8.3 billion, which represents 42 percent of the company’s $19.5 billion in annual sales. Advertisement “We are pleased to have a business leader of Rich’s caliber ready to step into this important role at this critical time. Rich has generated improved results and built improved leadership teams in every assignment at Goodyear,” Keegan said.last_img read more

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CBRE Group reports 10% revenue growth

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Jamaica encouraged to sign the Protocol on Public Procurement

first_img Tributes Pour in for Former Barbados Prime Minister Jun 30, 2020 CARICOM Secretariat Team carries out CSME Sensitisation in JamaicaA CARICOM Secretariat team is in Jamaica this week collaborating with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade (MFAFT) on a series of CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) engagements with the private and public sectors, labour and other stakeholders. On Tuesday, 23 July 2019, Secretariat representatives will participate…July 22, 2019In “Business”Dominica signs Regional Procurement and Assets Recovery AgreementsDominica’s Prime Minister Mr Roosevelt Skerrit signed his country on to two important regional agreements on the side-lines of the 31st Inter-Sessional Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre (LESC) in Barbados, Wednesday. These are: The Protocol on Public Procurement for the Caribbean Community, which…February 19, 2020In “31Intersessional”COMMUNIQUE Issued at Conclusion of 31st CARICOM Intersessional MeetingThe Thirty-First Inter-Sessional Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) was held in Bridgetown, Barbados, 18-19 February 2020. The Prime Minister of Barbados, the Right Honourable Mia Amor Mottley, Q.C; MP, Chaired the proceedings. Other Members of the Conference in attendance were: Prime Minister…February 19, 2020In “31Intersessional”Share this on WhatsApp Jul 27, 2020 Jul 3, 2020 CDF, IRENA Collaborate to Boost Low-Carbon Investments in… PM Gonsalves Praises CARICOM Achievements, says Challenges… center_img Jamaica and other CARICOM Member States who have not yet done so, are being encouraged to sign the Protocol on Public Procurement. This push is being made by the Officer-in-Charge of the CARICOM Secretariat, CSME Unit, Ms. Gladys Young. She was speaking this morning at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Procurement Seminar at the Knutsford Court Hotel in New Kingston. Ms. Young highlighted the benefits of having an expanded market through procurement opportunities in 14 CARICOM Member States and improved efficiency. She also mentioned opportunities for Medium Small and Micro Enterprises through networking and joint bidding on larger projects. Barbados, Antigua and Barbuda and Belize have signed the CARICOM Protocol on Public Procurement and have also signed the Declaration to Provisionally Apply. Once two more countries sign the Protocol and the Declaration to Provisionally Apply, the Protocol will be provisionally applied among those countries that have so declared. A CARICOM Secretariat team is in Jamaica this week collaborating with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade (MFAFT) on a series of CSME engagements with the private and public sectors, labour and other stakeholders. Oct 1, 2020 Virtual Hand-Over Ceremony for CARICOM Chairmanship You may be interested in… Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… last_img read more

Cryogenic food freezing solutions from Linde

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Forsys wins subsea FEED for Statoil’s Trestakk field

first_imgÅsgard A; Image: StatoilForsys Subsea, the joint venture between FMC Technologies and Technip, has been awarded a contract from Statoil to provide a subsea front-end engineering and design (FEED) study for subsea tie-back of Trestakk field to Åsgard A FPSO, located in the Norwegian Sea. According to Forsys, the scope of work includes all systems and related services from the wellhead to Åsgard A riser hang-off, including umbilicals, riser, flowlines and subsea production system, installed and made ready for operation. A key focus of the study is to arrive at an optimal technical and cost efficient development solution, as well as providing a clear and well defined basis for the development phase, the company said on Monday.Forsys Subsea said it would execute this FEED contract from its regional office in Oslo, Norway, in close cooperation with Technip and FMC Technologies in Norway.“The Trestakk FEED award from Statoil shows our commitment to reducing costs and improving returns for our customers by combining the capabilities and experience of the alliance between FMC Technologies and Technip,” said Rasmus Sunde, Forsys Subsea CEO.Statoil also recently awarded the topside Front end Engineering Design (FEED) contract for the Trestakk field tie-in to Åsgard A to Aker Solutions, a Norwegian oil services company.last_img read more

This month Legal Aid

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Port of Antwerp to invest on a world scale

first_imgA new subsidiary Port of Antwerp International (PAI) has been created to implement this strategy succeeding the Antwerp Port Consultancy (APC).”We see a great demand for effective support from a large number of countries. This can be an important leverage point for us to expand Antwerp’s presence abroad. The promotion, training and consultancy activities carried out until now by APEC and APC play a significant role in making Antwerp known worldwide as an important centre of maritime know-how,” says Yannick Dufraimont, director of PAI.His colleague Nico Vertongen continues: “We believe it is logic to progress from training and consultancy to greater involvement in management support, for developing, operating or even investing in foreign ports or networks of ports. The most important foreland projects are actually an extension of our current activities, taking them to the level of implementation.”The Port Authority’s board of directors has therefore given the go-ahead for converting the subsidiary APC to Port of Antwerp International. PAI will put the Port Authority’s maritime foreland policy into practice by acquiring stakes in foreign port projects with a reliable rate of return, located in strategically important regions such as the Middle East, India, Sub-Saharan Africa and Brazil. For this purpose PAI will, in the next few months, recruit new people with economic and technical qualifications.The foreland policy can create stronger commercial links between maritime regions and Antwerp, as well as raising Antwerp’s name recognition and boosting its image, leveraging its know-how and supporting Antwerp port companies abroad.”The landlord model basically remains our starting point for choosing the projects that PAI will carry out or the projects in which it will participate. For example, port management, consultancy, training, support for technical infrastructure projects, marketing etc.” Yannick Dufraimont explains.The partners in these collaboration projects may be public authorities (national or local port authorities), or private companies (port operators, shipping lines, consultancy firms, project developers etc.), or public/private combinations.last_img read more

Trump won’t campaign for Moore before election

first_img Author: Associated Press SHARE Trump won’t campaign for Moore before election WASHINGTON (AP) President Donald Trump will not campaign for Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore before the Dec. 12 special election, a White House official said Monday.Despite public statements in which he raised doubts about the accounts of women who have accused Moore of sexual misconduct, Trump will not to travel to Alabama on Moore’s behalf, said the official, who was not authorized to discuss the president’s plans publicly and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.The president held the door open to campaigning for Moore last week, when he all but endorsed Moore’s candidacy and attacked his Democratic opponent, Doug JonesThe announcement comes as Trump continued to wade into race over the weekend, taking to Twitter to bash Jones.MORE: President Trump discounts accusations against Roy MooreTrump said electing the Democrat as Alabama’s next senator “would be a disaster,” warning of damage to his legislative agenda.“The last thing we need in Alabama and the U.S. Senate is a Schumer/Pelosi puppet who is WEAK on Crime, WEAK on the Border, Bad for our Military and our great Vets, Bad for our 2nd Amendment, AND WANTS TO RAISES TAXES TO THE SKY,” Trump wrote from Florida, referring to Democrats’ congressional leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.Trump has declined to follow the path of other mainstream Republican leaders, who have called on Moore to step aside. Republican lawmakers are considering expelling Moore should he win the seat.For weeks, accusations that Moore, now 70, sexually molested or assaulted two teens, ages 14 and 16 – and tried to date several others – while he was in his 30s have taken center stage in the heated Alabama race. Moore denied the allegations of misconduct and said he never dated “underage” women.Trump’s words could be a boost to the Moore camp, since Democrats’ hopes in the race partly depend upon peeling away Republican support from Moore in the deeply red state.Moore’s campaign quickly touted Trump’s comments on social media and in a fundraising email to supporters that lashed out at Republican leaders as much as it did Jones.MORE: Moore calls sexual misconduct accusations ‘scurrilous,’ ‘false’“President Trump calls them like he sees them. And, he’s got my opponents in D.C. scrambling,” Moore wrote in a fundraising email.The Republican candidate has made limited public appearances since the allegations surfaced earlier this month.Jones, speaking to reporters in Birmingham, shrugged off Trump’s criticisms, saying he would not be a partisan voter. He said Alabamians are focused on issues such as the economy, education and health care.“My record speaks for itself … I think I am very strong on the issues that the people of Alabama care for,” Jones said.Jones, a former federal prosecutor, said he would be an independent voice in the U.S. Senate, similarly to his political mentor, the late U.S. Sen. Howell Heflin, who represented the state for nearly 20 years.Jones’ campaign issued a more biting statement saying, “Roy Moore was unfit for office even before nine Alabama women served as witnesses to all Alabamians of his disturbing conduct.”Trump’s comment in the race signaled that the success of his legislative agenda outweighs widespread concerns from national Republicans, many of whom are repulsed at the prospect of seating Moore.Top Republicans in Congress, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan, have called for Moore to leave the race, and the Republican National Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee have pulled their support for his campaign.GOP Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina said the Dec. 12 election has become a referendum on “the character of the country” that transcends partisan politics.“In my opinion, and in the opinion of many Republicans and conservatives in the Senate, it is time for us to turn the page because it is not about partisan politics. It’s not about electing Republicans versus Democrats,” Scott said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, who has also called for Moore to step down, said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” that Trump is “definitely trying to throw a lifeline to Roy Moore.”But when it comes to Moore, Graham said it’s unclear “what winning looks like.”“If he wins, we get the baggage of him winning and it becomes a story every day about whether or not you believe the women or Roy Moore, should he stay in the Senate, should he be expelled. If you lose, you give the Senate seat to a Democrat at a time we need all the votes we can get,” he said, referring to Republicans’ current 52-48 majority in the Senate.“The moral of the story is: Don’t nominate somebody like Roy Moore who could actually lose a seat that any other Republican could win,” Graham said.Sen. John Thune of South Dakota, the No. 3 Republican in the Senate, said he’d like to see Trump “come out and support what many of us have said and that is that Roy Moore needs to step aside” and “allow somebody else to be a write-in candidate.”He said on “Fox News Sunday” that if Moore ends up winning and comes to Washington in January, he will be the immediate subject of an ethics investigation, “which is going to be a cloud that he’ll be operating in and it’s going to be a distraction for us and for our agenda.”Trump backed incumbent Sen. Luther Strange in the Alabama Republican primary but moved quickly to embrace Moore after he won. The seat opened up after Republican Jeff Sessions was tapped as U.S. attorney general.center_img Published: November 27, 2017 11:27 AM EST Updated: November 27, 2017 11:37 AM EST Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know.last_img read more