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Seating retailer Adient promotes maestro exec Fleischer to lead Europe business



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Seating retailer Adient has promoted maestro executive Ingo Fleischer to conduct a business in Europe, a Middle East and Africa.

In his new purpose as clamp boss seating for EMEA, a 48-year-old German industrial operative is obliged for handling a business and prolongation processes for finish seats, froth and trim, U.S.-based Adient pronounced in a statement.

Furthermore, he will concentration on augmenting potency and capability in a EMEA’s prolongation network and building clever patron relations with heading automakers, a association said.

Adient was spun off from Johnson Controls in 2016.

Fleischer succeeds Brian Grady, who has been allocated Adient’s clamp boss blurb and will conduct a company’s tellurian business, selling and growth processes.

Fleischer was an Automotive News Europe Rising Star leader in 2016.

Fleischer has hold countless technical and managerial positions given fasten Johnson Controls in 1997, covering roles from peculiarity declaration and prolongation to coordinating tellurian product launches. As conduct of tellurian specialty seating, a executive many recently managed Adient’s successful growth of seating solutions for blurb aircraft and blurb vehicles. Fleischer was also recently obliged for handling a Adient Recaro reward seating brand.

Fleischer will continue to conduct a blurb car business line, in further to his new role, Adient said.

Adient had automotive sales of $10.8 billion in 2016 and ranked No. 11 in Automotive News Europe‘s inventory of a Top 100 tellurian suppliers.

You can strech David Jolley during djolley@crain.com.


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