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Nissens Names Jeff Hansen President

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The announcement was made by current NNA president, Peter Henry, who noted that Jeff Hansen’s appointment was effective Oct. 1, 2022. Mr. Hansen previously served Nissens North America as its sales director. 

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Nissens North America, a manufacturer of thermal, efficiency and emissions system components, has named Jeff Hansen as its new president. 

The announcement was made by current NNA president, Peter Henry, who noted that Jeff Hansen’s appointment was effective Oct. 1, 2022. Mr. Hansen previously served Nissens North America as its sales director. 

Henry will continue to work with Nissens North America part-time as an executive consultant to help streamline a management transition.  

“I am delighted to be able to place the leadership of this fast-growing organization in the hands of someone with Jeff’s expertise and experience,” says Henry. 

“Jeff is a results-focused leader with a strong background in strategic business development, plan execution, and business strategy.” 

"I am honored to be selected to lead the North America division for Nissens,” says Hansen. 

“Our team is passionate about continuing to distinguish Nissens as an essential provider of key climate, engine cooling and efficiency and emissions system parts to our valued channel partners. I look forward to working with our product marketing, engineering and manufacturing teams to provide our customers with the highest-quality products and best-in-class service that they have come to expect from Nissens.” 

Before joining Nissens, Hansen spent several years at Valeo as director of aftermarket sales for North America. Prior to Valeo, he served in various executive and sales management roles for several automotive aftermarket organizations serving the wholesale, retail and fleet business segments. 

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