COOPER-STANDARD AUTOMOTIVE -- Thomas Kubik, 34, to director of sales and program engineering for the Ford business unit of the North American global sealing systems division. He was senior account manager for the unit.
Cooper-Standard, of Novi, Mich., supplies sealing and fluid systems, and noise, vibration and harshness control systems.
FREUDENBERG-NOK -- Theodore Duclos, 47, to vice president of operations and technology. He was chief technical officer.
Freudenberg-NOK, of Plymouth, Mich., makes seals; noise, vibration and harshness parts; and precision molded components for suspension, fuel and electrical systems.
SIEMENS VDO -- Guido Reuter to vice president of purchasing for North American operations. He was responsible for purchasing and supplier quality management at Siemens VDO's Huntsville, Ala., operation.
Reuter succeeds Frank Homann, who becomes vice president of the North American cockpit modules and systems division.
Siemens VDO, of Auburn Hills, Mich., produces electrical and electronic components and systems.
TENNECO INC. -- Kenneth Trammell, 45, to executive vice president and CFO. He was senior vice president and CFO.
Tenneco, of Lake Forest, Ill., produces shocks, struts, vibration control, springs, bushings, rods, roll control and exhaust systems.
THYSSENKRUPP BUDD CO. -- Robert Soulliere to CEO. He had been COO.
ThyssenKrupp Budd, of Troy, Mich., produces body systems, chassis frames and modules, metal stampings, welded products and assemblies.
TI AUTOMOTIVE LTD. -- Brian Lindsay, 49, to president of the global fuel systems division. He was global managing director of commercial and purchasing operations.
TI Automotive, of Warren, Mich., supplies fluid storage, delivery systems, and brake and air conditioning applications.