Dana Incorporated has made recent changes in the company’s off-highway leadership team.
Jeroen Decleer has been named vice president and general manager of mobile Europe for Dana Off-Highway Drive and Motion Systems. Decleer has been with Dana since 2004 and has directed global sales, product and program management, and strategy for Dana's off-highway business unit since 2016.
Decleer earned a master’s degree in engineering with a specialization in automation from Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge-Oostende in Belgium. He also has a master’s degree in European business from EHSAL Management School in Brussels, Belgium, as well as a master’s degree in international relations and global affairs from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milano, Italy.
As part of this promotion, Decleer takes over responsibility for managing Dana’s off-highway operations in Europe from Rino Tarolli, who is retiring from Dana after 23 years with the company.
Lastly, Marcus King has been promoted to vice president of off-highway global sales, business development, strategy, and program management, in addition to his current role in leading all of Dana’s business units in China. King has worked for Dana since 1995, holding numerous leadership positions with increasing responsibility in IT, purchasing, program management, and operations. He has served in strategic leadership roles in China for the past 13 years.
King earned a bachelor’s degree in manufacturing systems engineering from Coventry University in the U.K., and he recently completed an Advanced Management Program at IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain.