KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Dana Corporation announces the selection of Bob Keister to director of engineering for the company’s Commercial Vehicle Systems Division.
In this new role, Keister will be responsible for the execution of our strategic, and customer-focused engineering activities globally. Among Keister’s responsibilities will be the engineering groups within the division and for managing the engineering support centers in North America, Europe, and South America.
Keister will report directly to Greg DiMarco, vice president and general manager, Commercial Vehicle Systems Division.
During Keister’s 26-year Dana career, he has progressed through numerous positions with increasing levels of responsibilities. His career began in 1977 as a test engineer in the Spicer Light Axle Division. Since then, he has held a number of engineering and manufacturing positions including chief engineer, Advanced Engineering, at the Spicer Light Axle Division, area manager of the gear department at Dana’s Ft. Wayne, Ind., light axle plant; director of axle engineering for Spicer Clark Hurth Off-Highway Components Division; and director of applications engineering for the Spicer Light Axle Division. Keister’s most recent assignment was as director of engineering systems for Dana’s Torque and Traction Technologies Division.
Keister has a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Indiana Institute of Technology and an MBA from Bowling Green State University.
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