Olyslager Welcomes Sander Scholten As Managing Director For Olyslager North America

Olyslager Welcomes Sander Scholten As Managing Director For Olyslager North America

Scholten will be responsible for setting up the North American office, as well continuing and expanding the network of Olyslager, for building the team and all sales and marketing activities.

Olyslager, the global leader in lubricant data, has welcomed Sander Scholten as managing director for Olyslager North America. He will be responsible for setting up the North American office, as well continuing and expanding the network of Olyslager, for building the team and all sales and marketing activities.

Prior to joining Olyslager North America, Scholten worked for the NFIA, a department of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs that supports U.S. businesses expand or consolidate their operations in Europe. Previously, he held several management positions in the automotive industry at Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe, Midtronics and Alfa Romeo.

“As Managing Director, my role is to establish Olyslager in North America as the market leader of lubricant data. This office will support our growing client base and increase our visibility in the market,” said Scholten. “Personally, I am very excited to join a company that is the leader in their industry and that has such a strong focus on customer service. The team at Olyslager is amazing and it is clear that this is the core reason for their success.”

“Sander’s experience in the U.S. market, combined with his automotive business development background, made him the perfect person for us in North America,” said Harald Oosting, CEO of Olyslager Organization. “His knowledge and enthusiasm will guarantee our continued success in the North American market and will drive exceptional value for Olyslager’s clients and partners.”

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