Yamaha Motor Corp., United states (YMUS), has announced Mike Chrzanowski has been appointed President and CEO, replacing Kazuhiro Kuwata, who served as President of YMUS considering that 2018.

Most not long ago serving as Senior Vice President of the YMUS Need Chain Division, Chrzanowski’s strong track record in producing, his close relationships with just about every Yamaha merchandise team, and his target on purchaser price has positioned him to be an extraordinary and very well-rounded particular person to guide the organization.

For approximately 20 several years, Chrzanowski rose as a result of the ranks at the Yamaha Motor Producing Company of America (YMMC), Yamaha’s greatest U.S.-centered producing facility situated in Newnan, Georgia. Starting in 2001 as Plant 1 manager, he at some point grew to become President of YMMC in 2017. As a leader in Yamaha’s US production functions, he worked intently with the company’s Motorsports, Golf Automobile and Watercraft divisions and Income teams. His operate has been instrumental in facilitating numerous milestone generation achievements such as the 1 millionth Golfing Automobile, 1 millionth ATV, and the manufacturing of more than 4 million vehicles in overall from the Newnan facility.

Chrzanowski is a founding member of Yamaha’s Worldwide Production Committee and Vice Chairman of World-wide Executive Transformation for Producing. At YMUS, he began the Demand from customers Chain Division to improve the company’s provide and desire chains when expanding Yamaha and client benefit.

“I am certainly honored to be appointed as President and CEO of Yamaha Motor Corporation, United states, and I seem forward to continuing my shut functioning associations with the Yamaha team companies, and our US subsidiaries, partners and suppliers who have all performed a pivotal position in Yamaha’s achievements,” reported Chrzanowski. “Yamaha products and solutions are recognized the planet over for good quality and dependability, and I am sincerely privileged to now lead our workforce of countless numbers of committed and passionate employees in the U.S.”

Chrzanowski graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Engineering with twin Masters’ Levels in Mechanical Engineering and Administration. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Mike is married and has two grownup young children. In his spare time Mike enjoys aggressive triathlons, leisure managing, and mining as a passion.