TI Automotive Names Stefan Rau Executive Vice President, Fluid Carrying Systems
AUBURN HILLS, Michigan (January 24, 2018) — TI Automotive, a leading global supplier of automotive fluid systems technology, announces that Stefan Rau has been appointed Executive Vice President, Fluid Carrying Systems. In this role, he will lead TI Automotive’s Fluid Carrying Systems division, which designs, develops and manufactures thermal products, powertrain products and brake & fuel lines.
“We are pleased to promote Stefan Rau into this leadership position, where his deep technical and management capability will drive the success of our Fluid Carrying Systems division” said Bill Kozyra, President and Chief Executive Officer. “Through his experience in automotive operations, we will continue our success in meeting and exceeding our customer’s needs.”
Mr. Rau joined TI Automotive in 2002 as plant manager of the Neunkirchen and Heidelberg, Germany locations. He quickly progressed in his career with various roles in operations and engineering until his latest role as Managing Director, Fluid Carrying Systems Europe. Prior to joining TI Automotive, he held engineering roles within Faurecia and Michels GmbH. Stefan holds a Master of Science in Engineering from the University of Saarbrücken in Germany.
Stefan succeeds Steve Taylor, who held the Executive Vice President role since 2014, and elected to step down from the position in preparation for his retirement later this year.
About TI Automotive
TI Automotive is a leading global manufacturer of fluid storage, carrying and delivery systems primarily for the light duty automotive market. With nearly 100 years of automotive fluid systems experience, TI Automotive has manufacturing facilities in 118 locations across 28 countries serving all major global OEMs.
For more information, visit www.tiautomotive.com.
TI Fluid Systems Well Prepared to Support IRA-Compliant Battery Production
TI Fluid Systems is in a strong position to support North American customers in fulfilling the battery eligibility...
Brand New: The 2023 TI Fluid Systems Brand Expansion
We are extremely excited to share that TI Fluid Systems has adopted a new look and feel to...
TI Fluid Systems recognises top performing manufacturing facilities
Owing to exceptional performance throughout 2022, 13 manufacturing plants within our Fluid Carrying Systems (FCS) and Fuel Tank...
TI Fluid Systems Finalizes Plans to Enhance Auburn Hills Headquarters and Build Next e-Mobility Innovation Center
TI Fluid Systems has finalized its plans to enhance its corporate headquarters and build its next e-Mobility Innovation...
Developing the next generation through the TI Fluid Systems Scholarship Program
Last year, we launched a global Scholarship Program to help provide career pathways and assist with educational expenses...
Celebrating Black History Month
The month of February is observed and celebrated as Black History Month across the US and Canada. To...
Embracing change at the 2023 Global Management Meeting
At the beginning of February, we held our 2023 Global Management Meeting in Ettlingen, Germany. The three-day event...
The Women’s Empowerment Network
Over the years, we have found that improved connectivity between members of staff and senior executives has had...
TI Fluid Systems in the media spotlight
In October last year, we invited guests from the German and UK media on a behind-the-scenes tour of...
TI Fluid Systems: 100 years in the making
100 years. If you take a moment to contemplate how long that really is and how much has...