Bendix Names New Vice President of Charging Business

Bendix announces Mark McCollough has been named the new vice president and general manager of the company's Charging business.

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, announces that Mark McCollough was named vice president and general manager for the Charging business.

McCollough, who had previously served as product line director for Air Treatment, will provide executive oversight for compressors, air treatment, dampers, engine air and transmission management product lines. As vice president and general manager for Charging, McCollough will provide strategic and business team leadership; drive product business strategies as well as technology innovations by market segment; and develop manufacturing, purchasing sourcing, and pricing strategies.

“Mark has been instrumental in building the teams that help drive customer solutions and product advancements in our expanding air treatment business. His appointment to the Bendix Leadership Committee will further enhance our ability to meet the strategic needs of the overall business and ensure our continued operational effectiveness,” says Joe McAleese, Bendix president and CEO. “Mark not only has an outstanding knowledge of the evolving regulatory environment and keen insight concerning the commercial vehicle industry, he has strong relationships and a solid foundation of our global business. I am confident that our Charging business will thrive under his leadership.”

McCollough joined Bendix in 2004 as the engineering manager for compressors. He was promoted to director of Air Treatment in 2008. Prior to working at Bendix, McCollough was engineering manager for EFD, a division of Nordson Corporation, based in East Providence, RI. He held various engineering positions at Nordson Corporation, Ford Motor Company and General Electric Aircraft Engines.

McCollough has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Case Western Reserve University, also located in Cleveland.

McCollough and his family reside in Amherst, OH.