HYUNDAI CEO TO RECEIVE AUTOMOTIVE HALL OF FAME’S 2010 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CITATION

Posted on 14. Jan, 2010 by in Hyundai Canada

The Automotive Hall of Fame will endowment a desired 2010 Distinguished Service Citation to John Krafcik, Hyundai Motor America boss and CEO, on Jan 15, in and with a Detroit Economic Club. Hyundais prolonged list of achievements in 2009 embody sales expansion of 8 percent, outpacing a attention in marketplace share gains, successfully piloting Hyundai Genesis to a companys first-ever North American Car of a Year honors and rising a innovative Hyundai Assurance car lapse program.

“The Distinguished Service Citation is aptly named, for it recognizes those leaders who have renowned themselves for a superb use they yield to a engine car attention and to their particular organizations,” explains Jeffrey Leestma, president, Automotive Hall of Fame. “It’s a singular respect indeed. In 70 years, only 431 attention executives have perceived Distinguished Service Citations.”

The Automotive Hall of Fame will respect 4 additional executives with a Distinguished Service Citation, a oldest approval that originated in 1940, including: Timothy M. Manganello, authority and CEO of BorgWarner Inc.; Rodney ONeal, CEO and boss of Delphi Corporation; Jack Roush, authority of a house of Roush Enterprises, Inc.; and Mary Ann Wright, clamp boss and handling executive of Johnson Controls Business Accelerator for Advanced Energy Storage Solutions. In addition, Alan Mulally will be famous as a Automotive Hall of Fames 2009 Industry Leader of a Year.

To be enclosed by a Automotive Hall of Fame with this renowned category of leaders is an respect and it speaks to Hyundais success not only in 2009, though over a past several years, pronounced Krafcik. This endowment represents a well-developed group during Hyundai Motor America, a support and success of Hyundai Motor Company and, of course, the superb lineup of good vehicles.

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