Spectra Premium Industries Names Jason Best Senior VP Of Aftermarket Sales And Business Development

Spectra Premium Industries Names Jason Best Senior VP Of Aftermarket Sales And Business Development

In Best's expanded position, he will assume responsibilities for overseeing the product development departments within Spectra along with global sourcing, managed by Rick Calagoure, vice president of global sourcing.

BOUCHERVILLE, Quebec – Effective immediately, Jason Best has been promoted to the position of senior vice president of aftermarket sales and business development. Best will continue to manage all aftermarket sales functions with an enhanced sales structure to be announced in the coming week.
 
In Best’s expanded position, he will assume responsibilities for overseeing the product development departments within Spectra along with global sourcing, managed by Rick Calagoure, vice president of global sourcing.
 
With Best’s close customer and supplier relations, his team will seek out new product opportunities and business relationships that will further expand Spectra Premium’s product offering. He also will be responsible for managing the integration of Spectra’s latest acquisition of Richporter Technologies with the assistance of Martin Brazeau, vice president of operations – engine management.
 
Over the past 20 years, Best has held numerous worldwide positions within Spectra that have enabled him to gain a vast amount of experience related to customer service, market adaptation and industry trends. On the product side, Best has thorough knowledge of category management services to ensure the company is able to deliver continued quality and consistent on-time delivery.
 
 

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