Kirt Denman Joins NGK Spark Plugs as Director of Aftermarket - Engine Builder Magazine

Kirt Denman Joins NGK Spark Plugs as Director of Aftermarket

NGK Spark Plugs (U.S.A.), Inc. announced today that Kirt Denman has joined the company as Director of Aftermarket.

“I am pleased to announce that Kirt Denman has accepted the position of Director of Aftermarket,” said NGK SVP of Commercial Business Operations, Brian Norko. “Kirt joins us with extensive knowledge and a deep understanding of the automotive Aftermarket in North America. We are excited to welcome him to the NGK team.”

As Director of Aftermarket, Denman will serve as a leadership team member and be responsible for developing a strategy to drive the Aftermarket forward and achieve the established goals. In addition, he will be responsible for the oversight and shared strategy of all sales and marketing programs, product launches, and excess and obsolete inventory that provide growth and profitability.

Denman has specialized in the automotive Aftermarket and retail for over 35 years, holding positions of increasing responsibility.

“I am excited to join the NGK Team,” said Denman. “NGK’s outstanding reputation for quality, value, service, and performance are ones to which I know my background will further contribute. I look forward to sharing my expertise and insight in the aftermarket industry to drive the organization to future success, said, Denman.

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