DMA Sales Appoints Two New VPs

DMA Sales has introduced that Gary Hertzog has joined the corporate as vp, automotive aftermarket gross sales. Hertzog will probably be liable for creating and main DMA’s strategic gross sales technique throughout all automotive aftermarket gross sales channels. Hertzog is a confirmed dynamic and results-driven enterprise chief with a really profitable monitor file of working with the massive automotive retailers in our trade.  

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Hertzog has a BS diploma in Business Management from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. His profession spans 30 years, throughout numerous roles in gross sales and advertising and marketing – all with a spotlight within the automotive OES and aftermarket trade.  Most lately, Hertzog was the director of Retail Sales for Mann+Hummel Filters, the place he oversaw the gross sales groups for each branded and private-label gross sales within the huge field retail and e-commerce segments of the aftermarket. From 2006-2015, he labored for First Brands, the place he held quite a lot of roles in gross sales and advertising and marketing, along with his most up-to-date being the place of govt director of gross sales overseeing the gross sales groups liable for the automotive aftermarket retailers, conventional WDs and specialty markets.

In addition, Ray Glunz has joined DMA Sales as vp of provide chain. In his new position, Glunz will probably be liable for directing and planning all features of DMA’s Supply Chain operations, initiatives and strategic goals. Glunz is a results-driven provide chain skilled with a extremely profitable monitor file of guaranteeing easy operational movement throughout international provide chains.  

His profession spans 30 years throughout numerous roles in provide chain, supplies administration and operations. Most lately, Glunz held the place of director of operations for Terlato Wines International, the main marketer of luxurious wines within the United States, the place he oversaw the demand planning, provide chain and supplies administration staff’s strategic course and day by day operations. From 2004-2007, Glunz labored for Cole-Parmer as director of supplies administration, the place he was liable for demand planning, stock management and buying of over 90,000 SKUs throughout 1,200 suppliers.

“Supply chain continues to be a really difficult setting. Ray’s experience will probably be helpful to DMA as we proceed to navigate our manner by this impediment,” stated John Treece, president and CEO.

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