Tenneco Inc. recently announced that Josep Fornos, executive vice president for clean air, is its newly established executive vice president for enterprise business initiatives.
“I am pleased to appoint Josep to an important new role that leverages his wide range of experience and leadership at Tenneco, and his proven success in optimizing operations as we continue to drive global integration and process improvements across our business,” Tenneco CEO and Chairman Gregg Sherrill said. “With this change, I am also excited to add Henry to our leadership team with his outstanding experience in leading high technology global businesses and success in delivering revenue and profit growth in mature and expanding markets.”
In this new role, Fornos said he would support Tenneco’s cost leadership initiatives by centralizing the development and implementation planning around the ongoing optimization of the company’s engineering, manufacturing and integrated supply chain functions, particularly as they relate to emerging markets. The appointment is effective immediately.
Replacing Fornos will be Henry Hummel as senior vice president and general manager for clean air. Hummel will be responsible for leading Tenneco’s Clean Air business globally. Hummel joins Tenneco from GE Healthcare, where he was president and CEO of molecular imaging and computed tomography.