Continental says names Neumann to be new CAS head


FRANKFURT, July 28 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Continental AG has named Karl-Thomas Neumann as new head of its automotive systems division CAS to start as soon as possible, the company said on Wednesday. Neumann, the 43 year-old head of electrics and electronic development at Volkswagen , will succeed Wolfgang Ziebart at the helm of the division. In May, German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon said Ziebart would assume the post of chief executive. His last day at ...

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