Barry Angevine Joins Hella, Inc. as Customer Service Supervisor

Peachtree City, GA... Hella, Inc., the North American aftermarket subsidiary of automotive lighting and electronics supplier Hella, has just appointed Barry Angevine as its Customer Service Supervisor, US Aftermarket. The announcement was made by Fred Snow, Vice President, Aftermarket, who noted that Mr. Angevine would be responsible for managing the customer service team as well as handling aftermarket support for the East Coast as well as Hella's import specialists and paint and body customer groups.

According to Snow, "Barry brings us over 30 years of progressive management experience at both the retail and manufacturing levels. He is a certified arbitrator and has proven expertise in developing and managing 'best practices' programs. We look forward to his contribution and expect him to take our customer service department to even higher levels of performance and professionalism."

Mr. Angevine has enjoyed a successful career in customer service. He was a former District Service Manager with the Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors and has worked at a variety of manufacturing and retailing organizations. He has a strong background in marketing and inventory controls, and has performed product liability inspections and represented clients in mediation hearings.

In addition to his work experience, Barry has served as a consultant for a federally funded study on the future needs in automotive technology with the University of Minnesota, and has been a curriculum advisor at the high school level on automotive technology for schools in Florida and Georgia. He holds a BA from the University of West Florida and is a graduate of General Motors University of Automotive Management.

About Hella, Inc.
Hella, Inc., located in suburban Atlanta, GA, is the North American aftermarket sales and distribution headquarters for Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. Hella, Inc. provides world-class aftermarket and special OE support to automotive, marine, and heavy-duty accounts in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean. Its subsidiary, Hella, Inc. - Canada, serves the Canadian market with offices and warehouse in Mississauga, ON.
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About Hella KGaA Hueck & Co.
With its corporate headquarters in Lippstadt, Germany, the automotive supplier develops and produces lighting and electronics components and systems for the automotive industry. In addition, complete vehicle modules, air conditioning systems, and vehicle electric systems are produced in joint venture companies. Hella has one of the largest aftermarket organizations worldwide for automotive parts and accessories, with its own sales companies and partners in more than 100 countries. The consolidated sales of the Hella Group are approximately $3.9 billion. Hella is one of the 100 largest German industrial companies. 24,000 people are employed in 65 plants, production companies, subsidiaries and joint ventures worldwide. More than 2,900 engineers and technicians work in Research and Development. Customers include all leading automakers and systems manufacturers as well as the automotive aftermarket.
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Julie Ledbetter, Hella, Inc. (877) 22-Hella

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