With immediate effect, the automotive supplier Marelli has a new boss in the form of David Slump. The new CEO succeeds Beda Bolzenius, who is retiring after almost four years in office.
“After much personal reflection and discussion with my family and with the support and understanding of our Chairman Dinesh Paliwal, I have decided that it is time for me to step down as CEO of Marelli,” said Beda Bolzenius.
David Slump is joining Marelli from Harmann International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics. There, Slump held various management positions for almost 15 years, including President, Global Markets, responsible for the P&L of all Harmann businesses in China, India, Japan, Korea, Russia as well as South and Central America. In a dual role, David Slump also headed the global Software Services division.
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