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Ryan Waldron Named Goodyear's VP of Off-Highway Businesses

Posted on September 12, 2019

Ryan Waldron is taking over the lead of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.'s global off-highway businesses, meaning he's the man in charge of aviation as well as off-the-road tires.

Ryan Waldron joined Goodyear in 2003 and has been named vice president of off-highway businesses, which includes OTR.
Ryan Waldron joined Goodyear in 2003 and has been named vice president of off-highway businesses, which includes OTR.
As vice president of Goodyear's off-highway operations he's returning to a specialty where he's worked previously during his 16 years with the tire maker.

Most recently he was a vice president in Goodyear’s Americas region, where he was responsible for strategy and business development. In that role, the company says Waldron was instrumental in driving a number of strategies that advanced Goodyear’s competitive position in the market.
“Ryan has a deep understanding of our business, and his proven track record of capitalizing on growth and industry leadership opportunities will serve us well in these important global off-highway segments,” says Steve McClellan, president of Goodyear Americas.
Since joining Goodyear in 2003, Waldron has held a variety of leadership positions across the company, including in its North America supply chain and consumer businesses, as well as its global OTR and off-highway businesses.
“I am excited to return to off-highway and build on the knowledge and experiences I had there earlier in my career,” says Waldron. “These businesses present great growth opportunities for Goodyear, and I look forward to working with the team to build our brand and position in both Aviation and OTR.”

Waldron will report to McClellan.

For more information, visit www.goodyear.com/corporate.

Related Topics: commercial, Goodyear, OTR tires, Ryan Waldron

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