Evansville-based Accuride Corp. has named Robin Kendrick president and chief executive officer. Previously the president and general manager of BorgWarner’s Turbo Systems Business, Kendrick will step into his new role in June.
An Accuride Board of Directors member since March 2018, Kendrick will continue to serve as a member of the board as part of his new role.
“It is an exciting time to be a part of the Accuride story as we continue to grow the company into a global leader in wheel and wheel-end solutions to better serve the needs of our diverse customer base. I have been privileged to work with the Accuride team for the past year as a member of the Board of Directors and look forward to working more closely with this talented team in the coming years,” said Kendrick in a news release.
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