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KRUPP HOESCH AUTOMOTIVE OF AMERICA - Craig Shetler, 39, was promoted to president. He was general manager of the powertrain division.

Heinz Bizenberger, 61, to CFO. He was senior vice president for ThyssenKrupp AG in Duessdeldorf, Germany.

Krupp Hoesch Automotive of America, of Troy, Mich., supplies crankshafts, camshafts, springs, stabilizer bars, shock absorbers, steering columns and shafts, and forgings to the automotive industry.

INTERMET CORP. - Doretha Christoph has rejoined the company as vice president of finance, CFO and a member of the operating committee. Christoph left Intermet in February 2000 to become vice president of finance and CFO of McClatchy Co., a newspaper publisher.

TIMKEN CO. - Vinnie Dasari to corporate vice president for manufacturing transformation. He will lead the manufacturing strategy implementation team. He was president for the company's rail business unit.

Daniel Muller to vice president for distribution management responsible for global industrial distribution sales, customer service, marketing and logistics. Muller was director of e-business.

FEDERAL-MOGUL CORP. - Rene Dalleur, 48,to senior vice president of global friction products. He will retain his responsibility for ignition and wipers in Europe.

Federal-Mogul is an automotive parts manufacturer in Southfield, Mich.

Robert Bertsch to vice president of manufacturing support.

Bertsch worked for Ford Motor Company and Visteon for 33 years, most recently as global director of organizational services for Visteon.

Federal-Mogul is an automotive parts manufacturer based in Southfield, Mich.

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