Multi Parts Supply Adds To Program Management Team

Multi Parts Supply Adds To Program Management Team

Bruce Sobel joins the global aftermarket auto parts developer and manufacturer as the second recent addition to the company's program management team.

JUPITER, Fla. – Multi Parts Supply (MPS) announced that Bruce Sobel has joined the company’s program management team at its Florida headquarters.
Sobel brings to MPS more than two decades of expertise in the manufacturing and automotive industries. In his new role, he supports the project management group, providing critical parts research, making it possible for MPS to undertake and fulfill complex new programs and projects. His work sets the stage for MPS to leverage new opportunities for its customers.  
Prior to joining MPS, Sobel was employed by Standard Motor Products, a leading manufacturer of engine management and temperature control parts, and Dana Corp., an American-based worldwide supplier of axles, driveshafts, off-highway transmissions, sealing and thermal-management products and service parts. There, he gained valuable experience in both parts research and management.
MPS President Brian Cohn commented, “It always comes back to leveraging opportunity for our customer partners. Bruce Sobel helps MPS do just that. He is a tremendous asset to our team.”
Sobel earned a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing management from Central Connecticut State University.

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