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Mark Decker named CHRO at ABC Technologies Holdings

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February 14, 2023
By Talent Canada

Mark Decker, CHRO, ABC Technologies.

ABC Technologies Holdings Inc, a manufacturer of custom, highly engineered technical plastics and light weighting innovations to the global automotive industry, is announcing changes in key leadership positions.

ABC is pleased to announce that Barry Engle has assumed the role of chairman of the board, effective Nov. 17, 2022, replacing Mr. James R. Voss, who will remain on the ABC board.

“I want to personally thank Jim for his outstanding leadership, support, and guidance as chairman. Having Barry assume the chairman role, while retaining Jim on the board, is the ideal situation to ensure continuity of our strategic direction,” said Terry Campbell, president and chief executive officer. “Barry’s deep automotive experience and insights have allowed him to make valuable contributions both as a board member and as the Chair of our Audit Committee, I look forward to his expert counsel in his new expanded role.”

Mark Decker was recently appointed as the chief human resources officer effective Nov. 28, 2022. Decker brings more than 30 years of global automotive HR experience most recently serving as CHRO of Joyson Safety Systems. Mark previously served in the capacity of CHRO at Nexteer Corporation, Fisker Automotive and Meridian Automotive Systems.


Scott Roggenbauer is appointed chief financial officer effective Feb. 14, 2023, replacing David Smith who has elected to leave the company to pursue other opportunities. Roggenbauer brings more than 25 years of senior financial and accounting experience, most recently serving as CFO of AmesburyTruth. He also served as CFO for Haas F1 Racing as well as in several senior finance roles at Johnson Controls, ZF Group and Harley-Davidson.

“The addition of Mark and Scott brings tremendous and diverse mobility industry experience to our leadership team. I am thrilled to have them both on board,” added Campbell.

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