Parts Town Expands Leadership Team With Newly Created Role

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Courtesy of Parts Town.

Parts Town, a provider of OEM foodservice equipment parts, has appointed Kevin Fink to the newly created role of senior vice president of global manufacturer partnerships.

In this role, Fink will focus on building partnerships with manufacturers with an emphasis on improving the customer experience, growing OEM parts sales and simplifying the supply chain.

Fink joins Parts Town after serving in senior leadership roles with several foodservice equipment manufacturers, including president of Standex Refrigeration, executive vice president of Ali Group, president of Enodis (Welbilt) U.S.A. and several leadership roles at Hobart Corp.

“We are delighted to have a new leader join our team who exemplifies Parts Town’s values and has proven to be a high-integrity leader,” says Clint Holder, chief commercial officer, in a press release. “Following our acquisition of REPA group earlier this year, we have a massive opportunity to partner with manufacturers globally to grow OEM parts sales and improve the customer experience. Fink’s addition to our team will make a huge impact.”

Parts Town reported 33% revenue growth last year, a spike attributed to technology innovations, acquisitions, global expansion and new master distribution programs. The company added 23 new master distribution programs in 2021, bringing the total to 207 programs.



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