He will contribute his knowledge and experience in Spectra Premium’s product categories: heating & cooling, fuel delivery and engine management. Renaud has more than two decades of experience in heating & cooling category management. It was in this role that he ensured that Spectra Premium became the first-ever CAPA-certified radiator manufacturer in 2017.
“On behalf of Spectra Premium, we are proud that our long-term colleague contributes to the aftermarket community by joining the Auto Care Association’s Category Management Committee,” said Collin Francis, vice president sales and marketing of Spectra Premium. “I am confident that Eric’s input will be greatly beneficial to the association, I wish him the best of luck in this new endeavor.”
Renaud’s appointment aligns well with Spectra Premium’s culture of involvement in industry associations. Last year, Jason Best, senior vice president aftermarket, became AIA Canada’s chairman of the board for 2019 and joined the Board of Governors of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association.