TOYOTA BOSHOKU CORP. -- Teruyuki Minoura to chairman. He had been president of Daihatsu Motor Co. since June 2005. From June 2003 until June 2005, he was chief purchasing officer at Toyota Motor Corp.
Minoura, 66, replaces Tokuichi Uranishi, who is retiring but will remain an adviser to the company.
Toyota Boshoku, of Kariya City, Japan, makes seats and other automotive interior parts.
BEHR AMERICA INC. -- Heinz-J. Otto to CEO. He had been CEO of Germany's KSB AG, a maker of industrial pumps and valves.
Otto, 60, replaces Frank Mueller, who left the company to pursue other interests.
Behr America, of suburban Detroit, makes vehicle and engine cooling systems.
BORBET ALABAMA INC. -- Jim Ferguson to CEO. He had been director of North American sales and administration.
Ferguson, 61, replaces Pat Bowens, who takes Ferguson's previous position.
Borbet Alabama, of Auburn, Ala., the North American headquarters of Germany's Borbet Group, makes light metal alloy wheels.
PHILIPS AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTING NORTH AMERICA -- Dennis Samfilippo, 57,to general manager. He had been a global business unit manager at Delphi Steering.
He replaces David Davoudi, who will head Philips Consumer Luminaries North America, a new unit of Royal Philips Electronics.
Philips Automotive Lighting North America, of suburban Detroit, supplies automotive lighting and other electronic parts.
WHITEHALL INDUSTRIES INC. -- Yogen Rahangdale to CEO. He is the founder of SRS Industries, which recently acquired Whitehall, and the former COO of American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc. David Cooper continues as Whitehall's COO.
Whitehall, of Ludington, Mich., sells precision aluminum extrusions and machined and fabricated components.