Last month saw a number of executive changes at automotive parts supplier Delphi. Eddie Wright, currently regional logistics director, Asia Pacific, for the company, has been promoted to global category director, Electrical/Electronic Components replacing Larry Graves. Wright is moving to Luxembourg to join the Delphi International Procurement Leadership team.
Wright began his tenure at Delphi back in 2001 as a Packard employee in production control, and has held positions as global commodity leader, global commodity buyer, purchasing supervisor, and transportation service manager.
“[Helen] has gained experience and demonstrated exceptional performance working in various progressive roles within Asia Pacific Logistics,” said the company in a statement.
Meanwhile, David Zhang, currently global manager of business planning in Delphi Electrical/Electronic Architecture, has been promoted to regional director, Integrated Supply Chain, Asia Pacific. He started in 2004 as a logistics specialist in Delphi Energy and Chassis. Since then Zhang has served in multiple roles including PC&L supervisor, logistics analyst, China and ASEAN logistics manager, and regional logistics director.