Goodyear names Stellantis executive as CEO, president of Akron, Ohio-based tire manufacturer

Stewart succeeds Richard J. Kramer, who previously announced his planned retirement from the company following 24 years of service.

Goodyear announced that Mark Stewart has been named CEO and President of the Akron, Ohio-based tire manufacturer, effective January 29, the company said in a statement.

Stewart succeeds Richard J. Kramer, who previously announced his planned retirement from the company following 24 years of service.

Stewart’s previous role was at Stellantis as the Chief Operating Officer of North America, contributing as a key member of the Group Executive Council. He managed a significant division, overseeing more than 88,000 employees and generating revenues exceeding USD$90 billion.

Stewart’s achievements during his tenure include spearheading the electric vehicle (EV) revolution in the region, marked by the launch of the inaugural electrified Jeep in the U.S. market. His experience also includes serving as Amazon’s vice president of Customer Fulfillment and holding executive positions as executive vice president and COO at ZF TRW Automotive.


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