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Joseph Hinrichs was born on 1966 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Discover Joseph Hinrichs’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?
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|Birthplace||Columbus, Ohio, United States|
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Joseph Hinrichs Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Joseph Hinrichs
From June, 2017 through April, 2019 Hinrichs was the Executive Vice President and President of Global Operations for Ford Motor Company. He was responsible for Ford’s Global Manufacturing and Labor Affairs, Information Technology, Government Affairs, Quality and New Model Launch, Sustainability, Environmental and Safety Engineering, Customer Experience, Global Order to Delivery, and Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD). He was also responsible for Product Development and Purchasing until August, 2018.
From December, 2012 through May, 2017 Hinrichs was Executive Vice President and President of the Americas with responsibility for all the Ford business in North America and South America. Hinrichs was appointed to this position in late 2012 after spending three years leading Ford’s business in Asia Pacific and Africa. Ford’s North American business unit delivered record profits of over $36 billion during the four calendar years (2013-2016) Hinrichs led the organization, including the three highest profit years on record (2013/2015/2016). During this time the team launched the aluminum F-150 trucks in 2014 and introduced several new models to the marketplace, including announcing the return of the Ford Ranger and Bronco to the lineup.
Hinrichs was on the board of directors of the US-China Business Council from 2010 – 2012. He has served on the Board of Trustees of the University of Dayton since 2011. Hinrichs was Chairman of the Board for the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) from October, 2016 to March, 2019. He has also been actively engaged in leading charity campaigns for organizations such as the March of Dimes, Boy Scouts, Focus: HOPE, JDRF, and the Arthritis Foundation. Hinrichs currently serves at the Campaign Chair for the Giving Campaign for the United Way of Southeast Michigan – raising $46M in the first year of the campaign.
In late 2009 Hinrichs was named as Group Vice President and President, Asia Pacific and Africa. In this role Hinrichs was responsible for all the business activities in Asia, Australia, and Africa. He added the additional responsibilities as Chairman and CEO of Ford Motor (China) Ltd in 2010. Hinrichs led the team in Asia Pacific to develop Ford’s aggressive growth plans in China, India, ASEAN, and throughout the region. Ford opened or started construction on nine new manufacturing plants and committed to launch 50 new vehicles in the region by 2015 under Hinrichs’ leadership.
Hinrichs received the distinguished Wu Foundation Manufacturing Leadership Award in 2007. He was also named an Automotive News All Star in 2007. In 2010 Hinrichs was named an Honorary Investment Advisor by the government of Thailand. In 2013 he was named the Fortune Magazine Reader’s Choice winner as Businessperson of the Year for the automotive industry. Hinrichs was also named one of the ten inaugural winners of the Shanghai Pudong Business Person of the Year in 2013. He was the Arthritis Foundation Tribute to Excellence honoree in 2013 celebrating his leadership in the community. In 2015 Hinrichs was named a Kentucky Colonel by Governor Steve Beshear. In 2014 he was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science in Business Administration from Cleary University, and in 2019 Hinrichs was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Tiffin University.
In 2006 Hinrichs was named Vice President, North America Manufacturing for Ford. In that role he was responsible for all of Ford’s manufacturing operations, manufacturing engineering, MP&L activities, Automotive Components Holding company, and the Ford Production System for Ford in North America. In 2007 Hinrichs was promoted to Group Vice President, Global Manufacturing for Ford, reporting to Ford President and CEO, Alan Mulally. In 2008 Hinrichs added the responsibility for all of Ford’s labor relations worldwide and attained the title of Group Vice President, Global Manufacturing and Labor Affairs.
Hinrichs returned to the auto industry when he joined Ford in late 2000, when he became manager of the Van Dyke transmission plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan. In 2002, he was promoted to executive director of Ford Motor Company’s Global Material Planning and Logistics organization, with responsibility for production control, scheduling, inventory management, logistics and total material flow at all of Ford’s manufacturing facilities worldwide. In 2003, he became the director of manufacturing in Ford’s North American Vehicle Operations, where he was responsible for the quality, production, and launches of six of Ford’s vehicle assembly plants. In 2005 Hinrichs joined Ford of Canada as President and CEO, where he ran all of Ford’s businesses in Canada. On November 1, 2005, he became the Vice President, Vehicle Operations for Ford Motor Company where he was responsible for overseeing the operations of 19 vehicle assembly plants and six stamping plants.
Hinrichs left GM in the summer of 1998 to become a Partner and Senior Vice President of Ryan Enterprises Group, a private equity group based in Chicago, Illinois. Hinrichs served many roles during his two-plus years with REG, including Chairman of Silverton Ridge LLC and COO of Zollner Pistons.
Born in Columbus, Ohio, he graduated as Valedictorian from Saint Wendelin High School, Fostoria, Ohio in 1985. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering magna cum laude from University of Dayton in 1989. He then went on to earn a master’s degree in business administration from the Harvard Business School in 1994 as a GM Fellow, while he was working for General Motors. Hinrichs was GM’s youngest plant manager at the age of 29 when he was leading the GM Powertrain Plant in Fredericksburg, Virginia in 1996. The turnaround of that plant is the subject of a Harvard Business School case study.
Joseph Ralph “Joe” Hinrichs (born 1966) is President, Automotive for Ford Motor Company. In this role he oversees all of Ford’s global automotive business, including the global business units of North America, South America, China, Europe, and the International Markets Group. Hinrichs also oversees both the Ford and Lincoln brands. He also leads the global automotive skill teams of Product Development, Purchasing, Manufacturing and Labor Affairs, Marketing and Sales, Information Technology, Government Affairs, Enterprise Product Line Management, Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD), Customer Experience, Quality and New Model Launch, and Sustainability, Environmental and Safety Engineering.