ST. LOUIS-Moog Automotive, a division of Cooper Industries Inc., has restructured its operations, sales and marketing departments ``for more focus, more direction and better and quicker response,'' according to company President John Collins. Moog has placed its U.S. sales and marketing responsibilities under John Gethin, vice president of sales and marketing, who said the move allows the company to ``introduce coordinated sales and marketing programs to support the needs and objectives of our customers.''
In related moves: Ken Mullen, former vice president and national sales manager, has become vice president-marketing; Roy Kent, former director-programmed distribution, was named vice president and national sales manager, succeeding Mr. Mullen; and Alan Bost-wick, who was director of marketing for Moog's Temperature Control Division, became vice president of special markets sales.
The company also named Joe Felicelli vice president-operations, responsible for manufacturing, distribution and engineering for the steering/suspension and temperature control divisions. He was director of operations for the temperature control division.