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TREMEC® Appoints New Vice President, Global Business Development and Corporate Strategy

TREMEC, a subsidiary of KUO, is pleased to announce the appointment of a new leader to the Business Development Team.

Jeff Nichols joins the company as vice president, global business development and corporate strategy. Jeff will lead the Sales, Strategy, and Marketing functions, reporting to Antonio Herrera, managing director for TREMEC.

Jeff Nichols

In his new role for TREMEC, Jeff Nichols will oversee these critical functions with an aligned focus to strategically grow and diversify the company in core and emerging technologies. His job responsibilities will include leading the development of global marketing strategy, as well as providing day to day guidance to both the OEM and Aftermarket marketing teams.

Nichols is an accomplished senior executive in the global automotive industry. He possesses proven acumen in international business, operations and engineering with a diverse background in automotive OEM, Tier 1 and private equity interfaces within the C-suite.

Throughout his 32-year career in the global automotive industry arena, Nichols has served leading Tier 1 suppliers in both international engineering and business development capacities, advanced powertrain, chassis and driveline technology segments, including hybrid technologies and vehicle performance markets.

Nichols earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA from the University of Michigan. He holds several patents in applied powertrain technologies and has been instrumental in launch deployment of global manufacturing operations supporting automotive markets worldwide.

An active member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) since 1988, Nichols supports SAE's World in Motion Program providing leadership to support STEM-based education. He is a member of the Nine Sigma Consumer Advisory Board and previously served as Technology Development Committees Chairman for Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow.

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