VENTURA, Calif. (AP) -- Clean Diesel Technologies Inc., which makes emissions control products for diesel markets, said Tuesday that its president and chief executive plans to retire.
Charles Call, 64, will remain CEO until a replacement has been named and the transition process is complete. He also will remain a member of the Ventura, Calif. company's board and will become vice chairman when he retires.
Call has served as president and chief executive of Clean Diesel since October 2010, when the company bought Catalytic Solutions Inc. Call had worked for Catalytic Solutions the previous six years.
Clean Diesel said it has hired an executive recruiting firm to help with its internal and external search for a new CEO.
In morning trading, Clean Diesel shares fell 7 cents, or 2.4 percent, to $2.83.