Mark Woloszyk was promoted to Lippert’s chief technology officer. In this role, he will lead Lippert’s global product technology and innovation initiatives, reporting to Jamie Schnur, president of aftermarket and technology.

Woloszyk succeeded Rob Ford, who retired at the end of 2022.

“I would like to thank Rob for his leadership and countless contributions to the company through the years,” Schnur shared. “He joined Lippert in 2014 through the acquisition of IDS Electronics. During his tenure, Rob and his team have been instrumental in Lippert’s success in the technology and innovation space, with countless product developments and improvements. Our OneControl platform was the key building block in the foundation for our digital products. Rob and his team empowered the rest of our organization to build world-class connected products. We are sorry to see him go and wish him all the best in the future.”

Schnur, in a release, said that Woloszyk is an industry veteran with over 25 years of experience and over eight years working at Lippert.

“Mark and Rob worked closely together for decades, and he is well equipped to lead Lippert’s technology and innovation initiatives in 2023 and beyond,” he said. “His vision for our organization will allow us to continue to build industry-leading products that please our customers and their end users.”