Troy, Michigan — February 15, 2016 — Don Treschak of Treschak Enterprises has been named to AkzoNobel’s Vehicle Refinishes 2016 Distributor Council. Members of the Distributor Council are drawn from AkzoNobel’s distribution network to assist the company in establishing frameworks for business practices as well as providing inspiration for creating new polices, products and programs.
Treschak is the only Canadian on the list. His company, Treschak Enterprises, is headquartered in Welland, Ontario. Treschak Enterprises has served collision repair professionals in the Niagara, Hamilton-Wentworth, Burlington, Simcoe, Delhi and Brantford regions for over 30 years. For more information on Treschak Enterprises, please visit treschak.com.
“The Council, comprised of eight representatives throughout North America, is a visible and proactive sign that AkzoNobel’s Vehicle Refinishes business in North America is dedicated to distribution as our primary method of going to market,” said Dave Recknagel, AkzoNobel’s North America Customer Services Manager. “As a result, we are constantly striving to innovate. This includes Go-To-Market business models which ensure that we are engaging, evolving and advancing practices and processes that enhance current relationships as well enable growth and expansion to create new.”
Council members are:
– Paul Fus, PF# Paint Supply, Wixom, Michigan
– Robbie Brinkley, C&D Auto Paint & Body, Thomasville, Georgia
– Doug Richau, Auto Color and Industrial Supply, St. Joseph, Minnesota
– Peter Kilkenny, Providence Lacquer & Supply Centre, Cranston, Rhode Island
– Layla Maus, Gladwyn Paint o Austin, Texas
– Kim Snyder, Body Parts Store, Des Moines, Iowa
– Peter DeLuca, Industrial Finishes & Systems, Salt Lake City, Utah
– Don Treschak- Treschak Enterprises, Welland, Ontario
Council members are asked to serve as ambassadors to other members of the AkzoNobel distribution network within specific geographic market sectors to ensure that information is received, delivered and comprehended in as equitable a manner as possible. The Council physically meets three times a year with intermittent conference calls to help bridge time gaps or address critical and immediate issues.