Eaton has filled four positions in its truck components aftermarket business unit. The company named Jeffrey Barylak VORAD global marketing manager, David Plaster global aftermarket marketing manager, Matthew Sturdy aftermarket NAFTA sales manager and Sergio Sanchez marketing and business development manager, mobile diagnostic tools and solutions.
Barylak will be responsible for growing the Eaton VORAD safety systems business in the North American and global trucking industry. He most recently worked for Panasonic Automotive Systems of America as marketing strategist for new business development.
Plaster will direct the global marketing activity for Eaton’s aftermarket businesses. He joined Eaton from Hendrickson International, where he was marketing director. He has also been a senior executive for Michelin North America.
Sanchez will focus on the company’s new mobile diagnostics tools business as well as other growth opportunities for aftermarket. He began his career at Eaton in 2000 as corporate development and planning associate. Most recently, he worked as manager of business development and planning for Eaton Truck Components.
Sturdy will field sales and truck component aftermarket activity in North America. He has worked in several positions of increasing activity within Eaton and Roadranger Sales and Marketing, most recently as OEM sales manager.