Modine bolsters leadership team

Racine-based Modine Manufacturing Co. today announced promotions and new appointments in its leadership ranks.

Holger Schwab will assume the position of regional vice president-Europe. Schwab will be joining Modine following a 17-year history with Valeo, most recently serving as Valeo’s vice president of Wiper Systems, Global, based in Paris, France.
Scott Bowser will assume the position of regional vice president-Asia. Bowser has been with Modine for 14 years and has progressed through a series of increasingly responsible positions in operations and sales.
Scott Wollenberg will assume the position of regional vice president-North America, succeeding Bowser. In addition, at this time Wollenberg will retain his position as chief technology officer. Wollenberg has been with Modine for 20 years and has progressed through a series of increasingly responsible product and manufacturing engineering and product management positions.
Ralf Beck is promoted to the position of vice president research and engineering. Beck has been with Modine for 24 years and has progressed through a series of increasingly responsible management positions in sales and application engineering within the Company’s European segment.
Addressing the changes, Tom Marry, Modine’s executive vice president and chief operating officer said, “We are thrilled that Holger will be joining the Modine team. With his background and experience, I am confident he will lead Modine Europe through its restructuring, bring continued focus on multiple high value launches and enable Modine Europe to remain a vital part of Modine’s global organization. We are also very pleased that Scott, Scott and Ralf will be stepping into their new positions. They are seasoned Modine leaders, who will make significant contributions to their respective organizations. With these appointments, we re-affirm our commitment to the North America and Asia business segments and our global Research and Engineering organization.”

 

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