ROBERT BOSCH LLC -- Maximiliane Straub to CFO and executive vice president, controlling, finance and administration. She had been president of the chassis systems full brakes North American product division.
Straub succeeds Ulrich Kirschner, who was named president of the starter motors and generators division in Schwieberdingen, Germany.
Peter Slaski to regional president of the chassis systems brakes division, succeeding Straub. The division is responsible for developing and manufacturing braking systems.
D. Scott Winchip to regional president of the chassis systems control division. Winchip succeeds Ronaldo Reimer, who is leaving Bosch to pursue other opportunities. Winchip had been the regional president of the starter motors and generators division, North America.
Scott Dahl to regional president of the starter motors and generators division, North America, succeeding Winchip. Dahl was the regional key account manager in Europe for the chassis control division based in Abstatt, Germany.
Robert Bosch of suburban Detroit makes fuel, chassis, brake and steering systems, chassis system controls, and electrical and electronic parts and systems. It is a unit of Robert Bosch GmbH of Stuttgart.
FREUDENBERG-NOK GENERAL PARTNERSHIP -- Four senior executives have been named to the newly created Office of the Chief Executive. Here are their new titles.
Ralf Krieger, 46, senior vice president of finance and administration; Brad Norton, 46, senior vice president of sales and marketing; Michael Heidingsfelder, 49, senior vice president of operations; and Yoshindo Masumoto, 55, senior vice president of quality and technology.
The Office of the Chief Executive was created to replace the CEO position, most recently held by Mohsen Sohi, who became a managing partner at Freudenberg & Co. in Germany.
Previously, Krieger was Freudenberg-NOK's CFO; Norton was Freudenberg-NOK's president of automotive sales and Corteco; Heidingsfelder was the general manager of the gaskets and trading division; and Masumoto was senior manager for NOK Corp. in Japan.
Freudenberg-NOK of suburban Detroit makes seals, NVH components, precision molded components and fuel and electrical systems. It is a joint venture between Freudenberg of Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany, and NOK Corp. of Tokyo.