MUSKEGON, MI – ADAC Automotive, one of Muskegon County’s largest employers, has announced a change in a leadership.
The Grand Rapids-headquartered automotive retailer with 3 Muskegon locations announced on Monday, Apr 6, that Peter Hungerford has been allocated as a company’s Chief Operating Officer.
Hungerford assimilated ADAC Automotive in 1999 and has hold probably each position within a company, including roles in information technology, finance, comforts management, manufacturing, prolongation planning, engineering, sales, creation and general business development.
He formerly served as a company’s VP of Technology and Business Development.
“Peter’s knowledge, skills, practice and credentials in all aspects of a classification have prepared him good for this position.” ADAC Automotive President and CEO Jim Teets pronounced in a news release.
A Grand Rapids native, Hungerford perceived his Bachelor of Science grade in Supply Chain Management from Michigan State University and a Masters of Business Administration from Grand Valley State University.
He serves as Chairman of a West Michigan Manufacturer’s Council of The Right Place and is an active member of a Family Business Alliance.
ADAC Automotive was founded in Grand Rapids in 1975. It employs some-more than 1,200 during a 6 West Michigan locations including comforts on Keating Avenue, Port City Boulevard and Olthoff Street in Muskegon.
It specializes in a prolongation of extraneous and interior doorway handles, extraneous trim, extraneous mirrors and wiring and in a tellurian automotive market.