Brake Parts Inc Names Chip Hudson As National Police Fleet Manager

Brake Parts Inc Names Chip Hudson As National Police Fleet Manager

In his new role, Hudson is responsible for capitalizing on the success of the Raybestos Police friction line and expanding it into the fire and ambulance markets.

Brake Parts Inc (BPI) has named Chip Hudson as national police fleet manager, it was announced by Brian Kirts, vice president, sales of Brake Parts Inc.

“We are proud to announce that Chip will lead our police fleet business. His new role is well deserved and the result of his many contributions to BPI and the Raybestos brand over the past 20 years,” said Kirts. “Chip’s extensive knowledge of the police product category as well as his experience serving the industry will be critical as we continue to address the needs of law enforcement fleets and work to expand our product lines into new emergency vehicle markets.” 

In his new role, Hudson is responsible for capitalizing on the success of the Raybestos Police friction line and expanding it into the fire and ambulance markets. The goal is to build the Raybestos brand to be the benchmark for the emergency vehicle industry.

About Brake Parts Inc

Brake Parts Inc (BPI) is committed to leading the global automotive aftermarket as the premier manufacturer and supplier of brake system components. The company’s primary focus is the growth and profitability of its customers through a collaborative platform of quality, innovation, dedication and integrity. BPI has a demonstrated commitment to research, development and testing of its entire product offering, including friction, rotors, drums, calipers and hydraulic products, ensuring that they meet or exceed original equipment fit, form and function requirements. For more information, visit www.brakepartsinc.com.

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