Prystash moved to GM after a 24-year career with Ford, where he held various senior posts in finance and operations in Asia and South America.
IAC, based in Luxembourg, supplies cockpits, instrument panels, consoles, doors, headliners and overhead systems. The company ranks No. 62 on Automotive News’ list of the top 100 global suppliers, with worldwide parts sales to automakers of $3.65 billion in 2019.
The company has been undergoing a strategic overhaul during the past two years under Gingl, a veteran of Magna International, North America’s largest auto supplier.
The realignment involved reducing the number of IAC plants around the world and shoring up profitability.