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People: Martinrea International Inc (MRE.TO)

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21 Aug 2019
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Macher, Frank 

Mr. Frank Edward Macher serves as Independent Director of Martinrea International Inc. Mr. Macher is an expert in strategic and business planning, advanced technologies, product development and manufacturing, and is a recognized leader in the automotive supplier industry with a career spanning over 45 years. Currently, Mr. Macher is Chairman and CEO of Continental Structural Plastics, a leader in structural composite, and CEO and Managing Partner of the CERES Group, an advisory firm to automotive suppliers. Previously Mr. Macher has served as President and CEO of Collins & Aikman, Chairman and CEO of Federal Mogul Corporation, and President and CEO of ITT Automotive, all multi-billion dollar automotive parts companies. Earlier in his career he spent 30 years at Ford Motor Company, holding a variety of increasingly senior executive positions, including Vice President of the Automotive Components Group (an $11 billion operation and predecessor to Visteon), Director of Corporate Quality, Chief Engineer - Interiors, and General Manager of two divisions. He has overseen global operations, including the establishment of multiple joint ventures in China. He has been a board member of multiple companies, including Mazda Corporation, Federal Mogul, Decoma, Collins & Aikman and Tenneco Corporation. Mr. Macher has also served on the MIT Leaders for Manufacturing Board, Stanford Industrial Manufacturing Advisors, and Board of Trustees for Kettering University. Mr. Macher has lectured in the MBA programs at Harvard University, and Dartmouth, and currently guest lectures on an annual basis at Georgetown University. Mr. Macher holds a BSME from Kettering University, and an MBA from Michigan State University.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, CAD 112,000
Restricted Stock Award, CAD 100,000
Long-Term Incentive Plans, CAD --
All Other, CAD --
Fiscal Year Total, CAD 212,000

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