Integrated Supply Network Announces New President Of ISN Canada

Integrated Supply Network Announces New President Of ISN Canada

Miguel Angers has been working in the automotive industry for more than 14 years.

Integrated Supply Network (ISN), an international distributor of automotive tools, garage equipment and supplies, announced Miguel Angers will assume the role of president for it ISN Canada operations effective Nov. 16.  

Angers has been working in the automotive industry for more than 14 years. Most recently, he served as vice president, general manager at Uni-Select Inc., overseeing all store operations across Canada, representing more than 70 locations and 600 employees.

Angers previously held dual roles as vice president of merchandising and regional vice president of sales and customer service. Over the years at Uni-Select, Miguel held various positions as vice president of merchandising, overseeing product management, pricing strategy and margin management, strategic purchasing and procurement for warehouses and corporate stores.

“We couldn’t be happier to have someone of Miguel’s caliber take our Canadian business to the next level,” ISN CEO Tim Kolbus said.

“Building ISN’s strategy in partnership with our suppliers, it became clear the opportunity for Canada growth is significant and Miguel’s experience with large national customers, supplier relationship management and building a team puts ISN in a great position.” 

In the first months of his new role, Angers’ principal focus will be on executing a strategic review of the market strategy, value proposition, customer experience, productivity and accuracy of operations and logistics. He will be instrumental in identifying growth accelerators and executing on them for the coming years, according to ISN.

Angers’ experience and vision will help to position ISN Canada as a National leader in the automotive aftermarket, the company added. 

“ISN Canada has a robust track record of growth with solid fundamentals in three core segments of tools, equipment and lubrication systems,” said Angers. “I am thrilled to be joining a team of passionate and dynamic people who not only overcame the challenges of COVID-19 but initiated the rollout of our new ERP system – quite an undertaking in these unprecedented times. Everyone I have had the opportunity to meet with is invested in making ISN Canada the most trusted partner for automotive tools and equipment, coast to coast, and across all channels. I am looking forward to sharing my desire to win, to build a customer-centric organization and a great place to work for all our teammates.”

Angers was named Industry 2014 Young Leader of the Year by the Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada. He also received Uni-Select’s annual President’s Award for 2015.

He holds a BAA from the University of Sherbrooke, where he received the Charles Sirois Award for his entrepreneurial spirit and academic record; and his MBA in International Management from Laval University, where he received the award for best academic record.

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