Stellana US announces new president appointment

New president brings 17 years of operations and senior management experience in manufacturing firms.

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Stellana, a global manufacturer of molded polyurethane and rubber wheels and tires, has appointed Mark Shea as President of Stellana US.

“Mark has shown great vision and leadership is areas ranging from operations to global business strategy development for Stellana. His input has been insightful and valuable for our cross functional groups throughout our organization and more importantly our global customers,” said Jan Wikstrom, president of HEXPOL Wheels, Stellana’s parent company.

Mark Shea joined Stellana US in July 2010. Through his position as operations manager, he has participated in all aspects of the company’s business development activities as a part of the Stellana Executive Management Team. In addition, he has created development strategies and operational efficiencies globally as a member of Stellana’s Global Operations Team. Prior to Stellana, Mark Shea has been in operations and senior management for over 17 years with various manufacturing firms.

Stellana US Inc., a part of Product Area Wheels within HEXPOL, is located in Lake Geneva, Wisc. Stellana is the only global supplier of high quality polyurethane, rubber and nylon wheels and rubber tires to the OEM and the aftermarket. Stellana worldwide headquarters and manufacturing operations are in Laxa, Sweden with additional manufacturing facilities in the United States, Sri Lanka and China.


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