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Brake Parts Inc Names Darwin Moen Vice President, Sales, OE and OES

Before joining BPI, Moen most recently served as vice president of sales for Remy Power Products North America.

Darwin Moen, Brake Parts Inc.

Brake Parts Inc (BPI) has named Darwin Moen as vice president of sales, OE and OES, according to Paul Ferrandino, chief commercial officer.

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“We are very pleased to welcome Darwin to BPI as vice president sales, OE and OES,” said Ferrandino. “With over 30 years of sales experience, he has the knowledge, expertise and proven track record to lead this important market channel. In his new role, he will manage the sales functions required to generate revenue and help customers successfully grow their businesses.”

Before joining BPI, Moen most recently served as vice president of sales for Remy Power Products North America, where he was responsible for sales strategy and operations, program and team development, customer relations, category management, pricing and product placement, technical support and training, as well as the establishment and measurement of key performance indicators.

Moen began his career with the Maytag Co. and was promoted to regional positions in Chicago, Los Angeles and Indianapolis before moving to the company’s corporate headquarters in Newton, Iowa, in 2004. When the Maytag Co. was acquired by Whirlpool Corp. in 2006, he relocated to its world headquarters in St. Joseph, Michigan. 

Moen is a graduate of the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business with a bachelor of business administration degree in marketing management.

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