SOUTHFIELD, Michigan, Jan. 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The board of directors of Aludyne, a global provider of lightweight components and solutions to the mobility industry, announced today that it has appointed Bill Pumphrey as president and chief executive officer (CEO). of the company, with immediate effect. Pumphrey will also serve on the Company’s Board of Directors.
Pumphrey replaces Andreas S. Weller, who left Aludyne at the end of 2022 to pursue an opportunity outside of the automotive industry.
Bill Pumphrey, President and CEO of Aludyne
Pumphrey brings extensive experience in the automotive industry having enjoyed a 38-year career serving global component manufacturers in senior executive roles since 2000. His most recent role was executive vice president and president of Cooper Standard in charge of its $3B global automotive business. Prior to joining Cooper Standard in 2011, Bill held senior executive positions at Tower International, Lear Corporation and UT Automotive. He began his career at General Motors after earning his MBA from the University of Michigan in 1984 and a bachelor’s degree in 1982 from Kenyon College.
“I am excited to join the Aludyne team and help the company reach its full potential,” said Pumphrey. “Aludyne is well positioned to benefit from the lightweight needs of the global automotive industry, and has a team capable of providing the highest quality products.” in the most cost-effective and safe way possible.”
Headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, Aludyne is a global provider of lightweight components and solutions for the mobility industry. Aludyne manufactures aluminum, magnesium, and iron vehicle components for safety-critical applications, including chassis, subframe, body structural components, and electric vehicles. The company and its people are committed to lightweighting and its ability to enable vehicles that improve fuel economy, reduce emissions and help reduce the carbon footprint around the world. Aludyne had 2021 sales of approximately $1.0 billion. It operates 27 manufacturing facilities and four technical centers in ten countries, employing approximately 5,000 people.
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