Prior to CEVA, Barnett was the Supply Chain Director of the General Motors (GM) Flint Manufacturing Center. During his time there, he had responsibility for managing supply chain activity for two assembly lines that made GM’s Commercial Medium Duty Trucks and GM’s Heavy Duty Pickups, as well as responsibility for one of GM’s largest metal stamping operations. He was also the Supply Chain Director of GM’s joint venture in China, Shanghai GM. In that position, he was responsible for growing and managing Shanghai GM’s supply chain footprint as that company went from a single assembly center producing 30,000 vehicles per year to a multi site manufacturer producing hundreds of thousands of vehicles, engines and transmissions per year.
“Jim brings to the Americas Automotive sector insight and experience which will deliver value to our customers and further position us for increased business opportunities and profitable growth,” said Cindy Cochovity, Executive Vice President of Business Development, for CEVA in the Americas.
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