As product line director of Delphi Automotive's interior systems business, Hamashuk is responsible for such products as instrument panels and components, consoles and steering wheel, and integrating all products into complete interior systems. He has held this position since January 1999.
Delphi is the world largest automotive parts supplier, with about 213,000 employees, 176 manufacturing sites worldwide, and annual sales exceeding $29 billion.
Hamashuk began his professional career in 1984 as an associate engineer at the General Motors Corp. battery plant in Oshawa, Ontario. He held various positions after that and led GM Canada's Windsor, Ontario, trim plant to a Canada business award for excellence for total quality. The Windsor plant was recognized for its integrated approach to quality and business planning.
In 1995 Hamashuk joined the former Inland Fisher Guide division of GM in Warren, Mich., the predecessor to the current Delphi Interior Systems, as engineering program manager for the Asia and Pacific region. He later was manufacturing planning manager and interior business team planner.
Hamashuk has chemical engineering and MBA degrees from the University of Windsor.
Delphi Automotive's Web site is www.delphiauto.com.