NSG Group Appoints New Executive VP; Divides Automotive Business Units into AGR, OE
February 1, 2012

by Penny Stacey, pstacey@glass.com

The Japan-based NSG Group has appointed Keiji Yoshikawa as its representative executive officer, executive vice president of the company, and chief project management officer. In addition, the company has divided its automotive business unit into two strategic business units (SBUs): auto glass replacement (AGR) and original-equipment (OE).

Tony Fradgley will lead the AGR unit as senior corporate officer, and Phil Millichap has been appointed senior corporate officer of the automotive OE unit.

Previously, Yoshikawa served as executive officer and head of the company's specialty glass division.

Fradgley has been with the company for nearly 14 years and has held a variety of roles in the company's auto glass replacement business, according to information from his LinkedIn account. Millichap most recently served as senior executive officer, according to a June 2011 financial report issued by the company.

At press time, company officials had not yet responded to requests for comment on the reorganization.

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