Component manufacturers

Scott Burkhart has been appointed vice-president and general manager — controls product business team for Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, a member of the Knorr-Bremse Group. He was most recently director — sales and planning for the engine components business at TRW Inc in Cleveland OH.

Carrier Corp has appointed Ted Amyuni president of Carrier Transicold. Based in Farmington CT, he succeeds Dick Laubenstein, who is retiring after more than 32 years of service with Carrier Corp. Amyuni had been named senior vice-president — operations in November 2001.

Maxon Lift Corp has promoted Troy Overfelt, who has 12-plus years of sales experience, to regional sales manager responsible for the southeastern United States. With more than 15 years of transportation industry experience, Brian Hufnagl has joined Maxon as a district sales representative responsible for the Chicago IL area. David B Lewis was hired as a district sales representative responsible for the Atlanta GA area. He has more than seven years of experience as a market development manager and as Bush Transportation Systems' Atlanta location manager. Maxon has rehired Jim McPherson, who will be responsible for Florida. With more than 35 years of sales and transportation industry experience, he previously served at Maxon as sales representative.

JPC Specialties has added Michael A Scioli Jr to its management team as materials manager. He has experience in small-business management, commodity sourcing, and inventory management in the manufacturing sector.

James M Sicking has joined Phillips Industries as national accounts manager — OE service, a newly created position. He was most recently vice-president of sales and marketing for Workhorse Chassis.

Raydan Manufacturing Inc announced that Patrick Schryver has accepted the position of chief engineer. He has more than 20 years' experience in product design, management, and ISO documentation and procedures.

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