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Bill Franz was named president and CEO of XTRA Corp. He will assume all operating and executive responsibilities for the corporation, while continuing to serve as president of XTRA Lease. Transportation Technologies Industries (TTI) has chosen Andrew M. Weller to succeed Mr. Begel as CEO. Weller has served TTI as president and COO since January, 2000; Begel will continue to serve as chairman. Bendix

  • Bill Franz was named president and CEO of XTRA Corp. He will assume all operating and executive responsibilities for the corporation, while continuing to serve as president of XTRA Lease.

  • Transportation Technologies Industries (TTI) has chosen Andrew M. Weller to succeed Mr. Begel as CEO. Weller has served TTI as president and COO since January, 2000; Begel will continue to serve as chairman.

  • Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake has appointed Bill Mossing as assistant general manager.

  • Rick Rickman was named vp of sales for Ridewell Suspensions. He replaces Jerry Steele, who is retiring from the organization.

  • The Holland Group announced that Richard W. Muzzy, Jr. has been appointed Chairman of the Board; he retains the position of CEO. Samuel A. Martin is appointed president and CAO. Doug Dorn was promoted to truck OEM account manager.

  • Fontaine Modification Co. has hired Greg Smith as general manager of its Charlotte, NC, modification center.

  • Bryan Yielding has joined Reinke as director of trailer/chassis engineering.

  • Webb Wheel has appointed Jason Gerding as general manager of its Transit Drum Business unit.

  • Terry Westerman was named director of sales at Kemlite Co.


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