BUFFALO, N.Y.-Dunlop Tire Corp. has announced several management changes in its sales and marketing departments designed to ``create a broad-based and balanced lead-ership structure,'' according to P. David Campbell, Dunlop senior executive vice president. DeWitt ``Woody'' Arnold, former vice president of associate brands, has become vice president of marketing.
Robin Mitchell, previously senior vice president of marketing and sales, has been named senior vice president, sales and administrative service. He will direct the Remington and Centennial brands, the motorcycle tire division, customer service, export sales, private brands, consumer affairs and Dunlop's Canadian operations.
Paul Papke, has become vice president, original equipment sales. He previously was total quality management coordinator.
In addition, Dunlop also announced that Phil Marrett, vice president of Dunlop brand sales, will begin reporting directly to Mr. Campbell.
Earlier this year, the Buffalo-based tire maker announced Mr. Campbell would succeed Peter K. Fujita as Dunlop president and CEO in early 1996.