ARVINMERITOR INC. -- Brian Casey, 50, to lead investor relations. He is also vice president and treasurer.
ArvinMeritor of Troy, Mich., supplies emission technologies, aperture, undercarriage systems, drivetrains, braking and suspension systems and specialty parts.
BASF CORP. -- Diana Mercier, 47, to automotive marketing manager for the engineering plastics business in North America. She was marketing director at Lacks Enterprises.
BASF's Engineering Plastics unit in Wyandotte, Mich., supplies chemicals, polymers and coatings.
CITATION CORP. -- Geoffrey Bell, 56, to vice president and CFO. He was vice president and treasurer.
Citation of Birmingham, Ala., supplies cast, forged and machined components.
COOPER STANDARD AUTOMOTIVE INC. -- Sam Donohew, 38, to manager of the Mount Sterling, Ky., plant. He was interim plant manager.
Cooper Standard of Novi, Mich., makes sealing and fluid systems and NVH control systems.
FREUDENBERG-NOK -- Craig Barnhart to general manager of the gasket division. He was CFO of the manufactured products unit.
Douglas Nye to CFO of the manufactured products unit. He was CFO of Simrit, the industrial products unit.
Freudenberg-NOK of Plymouth, Mich., makes seals, NVH parts and molded components for suspension, fuel and electrical systems.
LEAR CORP. -- Douglas DelGrosso, 43, to president and COO. He was president and COO of Lear's operations in the Americas.
Lear of Southfield, Mich., supplies automotive seating, interior door panels, trim and electronics.
PORSCHE ENGINEERING SERVICES INC. -- Paul Ritchie to CEO. He was acting CEO and COO. He will retain his COO duties.
Porsche Engineering Services is the North American branch of Porsche Engineering Group, a subsidiary of Porsche AG.
Porsche Engineering Services of Troy, Mich., supplies vehicle development, body styling, body and safety, engine, drivetrain, and chassis development, electronics, testing, production support and industrial engineering.
XM SATELLITE RADIO INC. -- John Mendel, senior vice president of American Honda Motor Co. Inc., and Eddy Hartenstein, retired chairman of DirecTV, were elected to the XM Satellite Radio board.
XM of Washington has more than 150 channels of music, sports, entertainment and information.