AMERICAN AXLE & MANUFACTURING HOLDINGS INC. -- John Bellanti to vice president, manufacturing services, capital planning and cost estimating.
He was vice president, engineering, and chief technology officer.
Allan Monich to vice president, quality assurance and customer satisfaction. He was vice president, program management and launch; and vice president, program management and capital planning.
John Sofia to vice president, engineering and product development. He was vice president, quality assurance and customer satisfaction.
American Axle, of Detroit, supplies chassis and driveline systems, forged products and axle driveline modules.
ARVINMERITOR INC. -- Deborah deBoer Henderson, 55, to vice president and general manager of the company's Light Vehicle Systems global door systems business.
She was vice president of quality, engineering and technology within Light Vehicle Systems.
ArvinMeritor supplies emission technologies, aperture and undercarriage systems, drivetrains, braking and suspension systems and specialty components.
BASF CORP. -- Raimar Jahn, 48, to head of the global coatings operating division and CEO of BASF Coatings AG. He was president of BASF's performance polymers division.
He replaces Jean-Pierre Monteny, 59, who retired.
BASF Corp., of Florham Park, N.J., is a unit of BASF Group, of Ludwigshafen, Germany. It supplies coatings and plastics.
COOPER-STANDARD AUTOMOTIVE -- Lee Turner to vice president of Asian business development.
He was vice president of sales, marketing and engineering for the company's global fluid systems unit in North America.
Brian O'Loughlin to vice president of information technology. He was chief information officer at Hayes Lemmerz International Inc., of Northville Township, Mich.
Jared Finney to director of corporate communications and marketing. Finney was director of marketing and technology planning for ITT Industries' automotive Fluid Handling Systems, recently acquired by Cooper-Standard.
Cooper-Standard, of Novi, Mich., produces sealing and fluid systems and NVH control systems.
DELPHI CORP.-- John Englar, 59, to the board of directors, effective July 18. He also will serve on the supplier's corporate governance and public issues committee.
Englar is an executive in residence for the business schools at Duke University and the University of North Carolina.
He replaces Shoichiro Irimajiri, 66, who retired.
Delphi, of Troy, Mich., supplies steering, chassis, electrical, energy and engine management, thermal management, interior, electronic components and in-vehicle entertainment systems.
DENSO CORP. -- Shinro Iwatsuki, 61, to executive vice president; Oyuki Ogawa, 62, to executive vice president; Mitsuharu Kato, 59, Mineo Hanai, 58, and Hiromi Tokuda, 57, to senior managing directors; and Sakae Kitazawa, 58, Yoshitaka Asano, 55, Michio Adachi, 51, Tetsuo Kondo, 51, Kenichiro Kamai, 50, and Hiroyuki Wakabayashi, 50, to managing officers.
They replace Norio Omori, Nobuhiro Miyake, Susumu Harada, Akitoshi Sugiura, Masayoshi Yagyu and Shohei Itoh, who all retired.
Denso, of Japan, supplies thermal, powertrain control and electronic and electric systems; small motors; telecommunications; and industrial and environmental systems.
EATON CORP. -- Scott Gray, 48, to director of quality for the automotive business segment.
He was vice president of quality for sealing supplier Freudenberg-NOK, in Plymouth, Mich.
Eaton, of Cleveland, supplies superchargers, valves, valvetrain components, cylinder heads, differentials and transmission controls.