Career path leads Holt to VP post at Tremec

  • 11-Sep-2012 10:24 EDT
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Application engineering is among Jeremy Holt's responsibilities in his new position as Vice President at Tremec.

With more than 30 years of management experience in automotive engineering, manufacturing, technology, operations, and sales, Jeremy Holt has been named Vice President responsible for application engineering, strategic planning, marketing, and sales for transmission maker Tremec. Prior to joining Tremec, Holt served as President and Chief Executive Officer of NxtGen Emissions Controls Inc. Earlier, he served as President of Ricardo Inc., as well as Executive Director of Ricardo plc. Holt began his career as an engineer for AE Group (an engineering company that was acquired by T&N plc and later by Federal Mogul), where he went on to hold a number of engineering and management positions of increasing responsibility. He received a bachelor of mechanical engineering degree from the University of Bradford in West Yorkshire, England, and received a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Bradford Management School.

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