ARVINMERITOR INC. - Robert Guy to vice president of finance for the light-vehicle systems business group. He was vice president of finance for the commercial-vehicle systems business group.
Marc Pensa to vice president of finance for the commercial-vehicle systems business group. He was senior director of finance for the commercial-vehicle systems business group.
ArvinMeritor, of Troy, Mich., supplies air and emission technologies; door, roof, wheel and motion control systems; modular suspension systems and components; and drivetrains.
BORGWARNER INC. - Olaf Weber to vice president of engine r&d, a new position. He was vice president of development for Mann and Hummel Automotive.
BorgWarner, of Chicago, supplies transmission, engine and powertrain assemblies.
DENSO INTERNATIONAL AMERICA INC. - John Camp to senior adviser within the company's marketing and engineering division. He was senior vice president.
Terry Helgesen to senior vice president of marketing. He was assistant general manager of international sales.
Denso, of Southfield, Mich., supplies thermal, powertrain control, electronic and electric systems.
FEDERAL-MOGUL CORP.- Jay Burkhart to vice president of global marketing and brand strategy. He was responsible for marketing in the North American aftermarket.
Federal-Mogul, of Southfield, Mich., supplies pistons, piston rings and liners, valvetrain and transmission products, systems protection, bearings, lighting and seals.
KOLBENSCHMIDT PIERBURG AG - Julie Morey to director of communications and marketing. She was communications manager for Mann+Hummel USA Inc.
Kolbenschmidt Pierburg, of Fountain Inn, S.C., supplies engine blocks and internal engine parts, including pistons and water pumps.
ROBERT BOSCH CORP. - Scott Schafer to vice president of purchasing. He succeeds Eddi Buehl, who has been named to a global purchasing post. Schafer has held positions in the chassis division's product engineering, program management, continuous improvement and purchasing groups.
Stephen Wheeler to vice president of program management. He has held management positions in engineering processes and program management.
Robert Bosch, of Farmington Hills, Mich., supplies fuel injection systems, chassis systems, energy and body systems, automotive multimedia and electronic systems.
SKF AUTOMOTIVE DIVISION - George Dettloff to president, operating from SKF's North American Technical Center in Plymouth, Mich. He will maintain his current position as president of Chicago Rawhide Inc.
SKF, of Plymouth, Mich., supplies bearings, wheel hub units, clutch assemblies, pistons, grease and oil-sealing devices, molded rubber products and drive-by-wire systems.
TENNECO AUTOMOTIVE INC. - Paul Novas to vice president of finance and administration for European operations. He will maintain his position as corporate treasurer.
Tenneco, of Lake Forest, Ill., supplies shocks, struts, vibration control, load-assist products, springs, roll control systems, manifolds, catalytic converters and mufflers.