NEW YORK – “Running an auto company is a humbling experience,” Volvo Car CEO Frederik Arp says. “You inherit a given situation, and there’s not much you can change in the short term,” he tells Ward’s in an interview here as he completes his first nine months on the job. Nevertheless, the former president and CEO of Trelleborg AB, a leading supplier to global OEMs, is preparing to put his own stamp on the Swedish auto maker’s operations. He already is deeply immersed in creating the ...
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