Denso names Katoh CEO

Denso's Nobuaki Katoh is set to become CEO in June
TOKYO -- Japanese supplier Denso Corp. last week named Nobuaki Katoh president and CEO, pending approval at an annual shareholders meeting in June. Katoh, 59, will replace Koichi Fukaya, 64, who will become vice chairman. Katoh joined Denso in 1971 and has been general manager of several departments. He also was president of Denso's European business.



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