Bosch announces leadership transition: Paul Thomas to succeed Mike Mansuetti as president of Bosch in North America

Paul Thomas, currently president of Bosch Mobility in the Americas, will assume the role of president of Bosch in North America on Sept. 1, in addition to his existing responsibilities.

Bosch has announced that Mike Mansuetti, president of Bosch in North America, will retire on Oct. 1, 2024. Mansuetti will transition to an advisory role starting Sept. 1, 2024.

Paul Thomas, currently president of Bosch Mobility in the Americas, will assume the role of president of Bosch in North America on Sept. 1, in addition to his existing responsibilities.

Thomas currently oversees technology, strategy and sales activities for Bosch Mobility in the Americas, a $12.4 billion business. He brings more than 25 years of experience in mobility, with executive leadership roles in sales, production control, logistics, manufacturing and business unit management, the company said in a statement.

An Executive Committee will support Thomas in his new role, advising on regional growth, operations, advocacy, cross-domain coordination, talent sustainability, and functional excellence.

The committee includes:

•Mohammed Abraham, executive vice president, Bosch Mobility

•Christine Zimmerman, senior vice president, Bosch Global Business Services

•Alissa Cleland, vice president, Corporate Communications and Government Affairs, Bosch


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