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Brake Parts Inc Presents Leadership Awards

Brake Parts Inc (BPI) recently honored five team members with the BPI Leadership Award during the company’s global leadership summit in Arizona.

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The following award recipients were recognized for their performance excellence, dedication and commitment to the success of both BPI and its customers.

  • David Ferretti, vice president, sales – NAPA
  • Kristin Grons, marketing manager – Raybestos
  • Mark Massoth, director of pricing, BPI
  • Michael Caruso, vice president, finance and global controller, BPI
  • Yu Jun, vice general manager – quality control and engineering, Haimeng, China

“I am so proud of our BPI Leadership Award recipients and congratulate them on a job well-done,” said David Overbeeke, president and CEO of BPI. “David, Kristin, Mark, Michael and Yu demonstrate exceptional qualities within their various roles and go above and beyond to show what it means to be a company leader. I sincerely thank them for all of their hard work and dedication to the betterment of BPI.” 

The BPI Leadership Awards are presented annually, and nominations are made by members of the BPI global leadership team.

Employees nominated for the award must exhibit several of the following leadership qualities: strong financial and operational acumen; customer-focused; results-driven; inspirational leadership; ability to build and manage collaborative relationships; entrepreneurship; strong personal development; courageous leader; management maestro; culture champion; loyalty advocate; team player; communications master; and personal integrity.

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