MAHLE Names Douglas New GM For MAHLE Clevite Inc. - Engine Builder Magazine

MAHLE Names Douglas New GM For MAHLE Clevite Inc.

MAHLE recently promoted Jon Douglas to General Manager of MAHLE Clevite Inc., effective immediately. Douglas, who transitioned into the role upon the retirement of Dan Moody, will report to Arnd Franz, Director and General Manager for MAHLE Aftermarket.

During his 20-year career with the MAHLE Group, Douglas has held a variety of roles, including production/quality engineer, team coordinator, and production manager – automotive. His most recent position involved guiding the MAHLE Motorsports division in North America to the top of the performance engine parts aftermarket.

In his new role, Douglas will assume management responsibilities for all North American Aftermarket activities, including MAHLE Clevite, Inc., MAHLE Clevite Canada, ULC and the MAHLE Aftermarket S. de R.L. de C.V., S. de R.L. de C.V. in Mexico.

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