Original One Parts Welcomes Steven Greenspan As New Board Member

Original One Parts Adds New Board Member

Steven Greenspan is the chief operating officer of asTech, a technology enabled services company, which he joined in January 2020.

Original One Parts has announced that industry veteran Steven Greenspan recently joined its board of directors. Greenspan is the chief operating officer of asTech, a technology enabled services company, which he joined in January 2020.

“Steven brings the insight from more than 20 years of experience in the automotive recycling and aftermarket industry and will be a valued addition to our board,” said Wade Hilburn, CEO of Original One Parts. 

Greenspan began his career with LKQ in 1998 as the plant manager for the Atlanta salvage yard. He was promoted to Regional Vice President in 2003, with responsibility for the salvage, automotive aftermarket and paint business for the Mid-Atlantic region. In 2012, Greenspan became Senior VP with increased responsibilities, which at various times included wholesale operations, refurbished products, manufacturing, heavy duty truck, and self-service businesses. 

Greenspan joins current board members:

• Wade Hilburn, CEO, Original One Parts 

• Jerry Sullivan, executive chairman, Original One Parts 

• Paul Cifelli, managing director, Kinderhook Industries 

• Nate Druckenmiller, vice president, Kinderhook Industries

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. 

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