Homi K. Patel, General Motors Corp. vice president and general manager-manufacturing operations for GM Powertrain, will retire June 1, ending 36 years of service with the auto maker. Kent Sears, GM North America vice president-manufacturing processes and global manufacturing system implementation, will replace Patel. Sears, named GM Powertrain vice president of manufacturing operations, will take over the engine and transmission unit May 1. Patel, who was named to his current position in ...
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