Canada-based company Westport Fuel Systems announced the appointment of Dan Sceli as new CEO. Sceli replaces Tony Guglielmin, who stepped down as Interim CEO. Westport Fuel Systems is a leading supplier of advanced alternative fuel systems and components for the global transportation industry.

According to the official press release, “Dan Sceli brings over three decades of experience, marked by exemplary leadership roles in the global automotive and manufacturing sectors. Known for his considerable operational expertise, he has a proven track record of driving profitable growth and enhancing productivity through adept utilization of technology and manufacturing excellence. In his most recent position as Board Member and CEO of Cadillac Products Automotive Company, an international leader in the plastics converting industry, he demonstrated visionary leadership, diversified the product portfolio, and successfully expanded into new markets”.

The first words of Dan Sceli as Westport CEO

“I am privileged to join the Westport family as we navigate towards a future of strategic growth, operational excellence, and sustained value creation. Our focus on innovation while maintaining financial prudence aims to unlock opportunities and deliver strong returns as we continue to accelerate decarbonization by providing our customers with sustainable and affordable transportation solutions that address the global climate crisis,” said Dan Sceli. “Thanks to the Board of Directors for their confidence. Over the past three decades I have consistently pursued excellence and I look forward to collaborating with the Westport leadership team to build on our successes and lead us into the next chapter.”

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