Spectra announced it will exit or vest the distribution of several product lines from the U.S. and Mexico markets.
Included in the release are products for heating and cooling systems, fuel delivery systems and engine management.
The company has initiated a corresponding filing in the United States under Chapter 15.
Renaud’s appointment aligns well with Spectra Premium’s culture of involvement in industry associations.
The new 3-D displays require 72 pictures to create a seamlessly rotating part.
Janols will be responsible for managing Spectra Premium’s European OEM operations and supporting business activities.
As part of its fourth-quarter product release, Spectra Premium is launching 80 new products, featuring many late-model high-quality aftermarket products for heating and cooling systems and engine management.
The new operation allows Spectra Premium to improve the scale of its technology in Europe by introducing advanced manufacturing from its Boucherville, Canada, operation while accelerating future technology through the integration of its research and development center in Trollhättan.
The award acknowledges the improvement of the company’s aftermarket aluminum VWP36A oil pan for VW/Audi applications.
In addition to his tenure on Northwood University’s Aftermarket Advisory Board that started this year, Francis’ involvement as a mentor to the BMW Project Car furthered the university’s cause of aftermarket education and helped the students of the Northwood University Aftermarket Club (NUAC) gain important real-life skills beyond the classroom.
The improved data not only increases the total coverage of Spectra Premium parts, it also provides greater accuracy of part application.
The Spectra Premium high-performance radiator recently won its second consecutive championship in the NASCAR Pinty’s series. This time, it’s racer Andrew Ranger who won the championship at the wheel his No. 27 MOPAR/Pennzoil.