International Taps Baughman

June 17, 2004
International Truck and Engine Corp. has appointed Thomas Baughman to vp & general manager of the company’s heavy vehicle center. He replaces Jordan Feiger, who has accepted a new position within the company. Baughman will spearhead the company’s $300 million investment in its new linehaul Class 8 truck, manage growth incentives for current heavy-duty products, and lead efforts to grow the company’s

International Truck and Engine Corp. has appointed Thomas Baughman to vp & general manager of the company’s heavy vehicle center. He replaces Jordan Feiger, who has accepted a new position within the company.

Baughman will spearhead the company’s $300 million investment in its new linehaul Class 8 truck, manage growth incentives for current heavy-duty products, and lead efforts to grow the company’s heavy-duty business.

Baughman has 30 years of experience in the truck industry, having previously worked for Ford Motor Co.’s truck division.

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