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BROADVIEW, IL — Bosch has announced changes within its Automotive Aftermarket Division North America, which were made to support the recent growth within the Bosch organization and position the company to better serve its customers now and in the years ahead. The following organizational changes became effective April 1:AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement David Coolidge is expanding his role as a member of the global Automotive Aftermarket Management Board. In addition to his North America assignment, Coolidge now assumes responsibility for Latin America as executive vice president, Americas. He also takes on co-responsibility for the global Braking Components business unit with another member of the Management Board, Hans-Peter Meyen. With these additional Management Board responsibilities, Coolidge has relinquished his role as aftermarket regional president, North America. He will remain headquartered at the Bosch Aftermarket facility in Broadview, Ill. Odd Joergenrud assumes the role of aftermarket regional president, North America. Joergenrud is a 16-year Bosch veteran and has served in several sales and marketing management positions in the Automotive Aftermarket Division. Odd began his Bosch career in 1993 as the Scandinavian product manager for the Automotive Aftermarket Division. For the past six years, he served as the aftermarket regional president, Asia/Pacific. Prior to joining Bosch, Joergenrud worked in various sales, marketing and business management roles following his university graduation and his graduate studies. Joergenrud earned his bachelor in business administration and his MBA from the Norwegian School of Management (BI) in Oslo, Norway. Joergenrud, his wife and two children will be relocating from Singapore to the Chicago area over the next few months.Advertisement In his new role, Joergenrud will be responsible for North America Aftermarket Sales (IAM and OES), Marketing, Communications, Supply Chain Management and the Diagnostics and Filtration regional business units. These areas will report directly to him. Structures of the individual functional areas will remain the same. Bosch customers and suppliers will continue to work with the associates and teams with which they currently interface on a day-to-day basis.