Original One Parts, a portfolio company of private equity firm Kinderhook Industries has announced that Jim Porcari, founder and managing partner of Insurance Resources International LLC, will be joining the board of directors.
Porcari has extensive experience in the auto physical damage claims and repair industries having served as the executive claims leader for five insurance company acquisitions and seven claims department integrations in his 12 years as CCO at two carriers. Porcari has worked as a C-level executive at multiple insurance companies, and companies in the insurer support eco-system. He has also worked with private equity firms who work with insurers and insurer eco-system companies.
“Jim has a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience in the vehicle claims and repair industry,” said Jerry Sullivan, executive chairman of Original One Auto Parts. “His guidance will be extremely helpful as we work closer with our insurance and collision repair partners to continue to provide certified OEM parts that meet and exceed the industry standards for replacement parts.”
In addition to his P&C Industry work, Porcari is the founder and managing director of the MPB Fund (www.MPBfund.com) a 501(c)3 charitable fund focused on the needs of nursing students at Community Colleges.
Porcari joins current Original One Parts board members:
· Wade Hilburn, CEO, Original One Parts
· Jerry Sullivan, Executive Chairman, Original One Parts
· Steve Greenspan, COO, asTech
· Paul Cifelli, Managing Director, Kinderhook Industries
· Nate Druckenmiller, Vice President, Kinderhook Industries
· John Lindle, Executive Chairman, asTech
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Original One Parts is a leading provider of certified original equipment manufacturer (OEM) auto parts for use in both collision and mechanical repairs. It serves independent collision repair shops, dealership service centers, multi-shop locations (MSOs) and other customers. With Original One Parts’ proprietary VINtegrity Certification Process, repairers can be confident that the parts they order meet the exact fit, form and function as a new part.