Motorcar Parts of America, Inc. (Nasdaq: MPAA) today announced the realignment of sales activities for the Canadian market, with Niall Davidson, vice president of sales for its Toronto-based heavy-duty subsidiary Dixie Electric, also assuming responsibility for the company’s entire automotive product lines in this market.
Davidson has more than 30 years of global experience in the automotive and heavy-duty aftermarket, particularly the Canadian market.
“This sales realignment is intended to enhance service to our existing customers and enhance our strategic growth initiatives in the Canadian market, supported by our entire global team and a greatly expanded line of non-discretionary product offerings since Niall joined us in 2019,” said Rick Mochulsky, senior vice president of sales and marketing.
ABOUT MOTORCAR PARTS OF AMERICA
Motorcar Parts of America, Inc. is a remanufacturer, manufacturer, and distributor of automotive aftermarket parts -- including alternators, starters, wheel bearings and hub assemblies, brake calipers, brake master cylinders, brake power boosters, turbochargers, and diagnostic testing equipment utilized in imported and domestic passenger vehicles, light trucks, and heavy-duty applications. Its products are sold to automotive retail outlets and the professional repair market throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico, with facilities located in California, New York, Mexico, Malaysia, China and India, and administrative offices located in California, Tennessee, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, and Canada. Additional information is available at www.motorcarparts.com.
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Gary S. Maier