Tenneco Automotive has appointed Paul Schultz senior vice president of global supply chain management.
Schultz, 51, starts his new job with Tenneco April 15.
The new VP will be responsible for Tenneco's global purchasing, logistics and material management operations, and the supplier's six sigma program. He will report to Mark Frissora, chairman of the Lake Forest, Ill., supplier.
Schultz replaces Ron Berlin, 49, who will co-lead a global manufacturing and distribution project for Tenneco.
Most recently, Schultz worked as vice president of supply chain management for Ingersoll-Rand in Woodcliff Lake, N.J.
Tenneco Automotive, with $1.3 billion in 2001 North American OEM auto parts sales, ranks 32nd on Automotive News' list of the top 150 OEM parts suppliers to North America.