Spectra Premium Announces Personnel Changes in Aftermarket Division

Spectra Premium Announces Personnel Changes in Aftermarket Division

The company appointed Martin Brazeau to vice president aftermarket product; Eric Renaud as corporate director, category management aftermarket; and Aaron Athey as corporate director, product development aftermarket.

Spectra Premium recently announced several corporate-level personnel changes in its Aftermarket Division.

The company appointed Martin Brazeau to vice president aftermarket product; Eric Renaud as corporate director, category management aftermarket; and Aaron Athey as corporate director, product development aftermarket.

“In the continued effort to streamline the product development and category management teams, we implemented this structural change,” said Jason Best, senior vice president aftermarket of Spectra Premium. “The new aftermarket product team’s mandate will be to focus on future growth by maximizing first-to-market product releases and continue to provide industry-leading category management insight. On behalf of the entire management team, I wish each individual success in their new roles.”

Brazeau, formerly occupying the role of vice president of Asian operations, will make the transition into the role of vice president aftermarket product. In his new role, Brazeau will assume the responsibility of directing the category management, product development, project management, quality control and aftermarket engineering teams in Asia and North America.

Renaud and Athey both saw their respective roles expand. Renaud’s new role as corporate director, category management aftermarket now will encompass all product categories falling under the purview of the Aftermarket Division, while Aaron Athey, in his new capacity of corporate director, product development aftermarket, will take charge of the development process across all product lines. Both corporate directors will report to the newly appointed vice president aftermarket product.

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