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NTN Realigns its Automotive Aftermarket Sales Division

Left: Charles Harris, director of automotive aftermarket sales; rght: Ed Magruder, director of special market sales for NTN.
<p>Left: Charles Harris, director of automotive aftermarket sales; rght: Ed Magruder, director of special market sales for NTN.</p>

NTN, the parent company of BCA Bearings, reports it has hired Charles Harris as the director of automotive aftermarket sales and appointed Ed Magruder to the role of director of special market sales.

“We are excited to be adding Charles to our sales team,” says Kevin Judge, vice president of automotive aftermarket sales & marketing. “With years of sales experience in the field, Charles brings unparalleled expertise and leadership to this position. I am very positive that his automotive aftermarket knowledge will allow us to continue expanding our market presence.”

Harris comes to NTN with a strong and diverse background in the automotive aftermarket industry. He has worked with numerous global companies such as Tenneco Automotive, TMD Friction, FTE Automotive and recently, ASC. In his new position, Harris is responsible for all automotive aftermarket sales for traditional automotive, heavy-duty and fleet market channels.

Magruder has been instrumental in growing the automotive aftermarket business unit of NTN. In this new role, Magruder is charged with developing and growing OES sales, auto and truck kitter business, the truck rebuilder business and special markets.

“Ed has been a valuable asset to NTN since he arrived in 2013,” says Judge. “With Ed’s extensive background and track record of success, I have full confidence that he will bring the AOES and Special Markets team to new level of success.”

Prior to his arrival, Margruder spent over 20 years with Navistar.

For more information, visit www.BCABearings.com.

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