Phil Jennings joins Uniparts

Phil Jennings has been appointed as Territory Manager and Sales Representative for Calgary, Alberta

By Erin McLaughlin

Calgary, Alberta — July 10, 2017 — Uniparts OEM, an OEM parts broker based in Quebec, Ontario and now Alberta, has announced the appointment of Phil Jennings as Territory Manager and Sales Representative for Calgary, Alberta. Jennings is an experienced entrepreneur with many years in the auto collision and insurance claims industry.

Jennings has over 16 years experience in project management, executive management, business development management and coaching and consulting. He began his career in the industry with Discount Car and Truck Rentals, where he worked on business development for collision centres and insurance companies in Alberta. He later took on the position of Operations Manager at Boyd Autobody and Glass in Calgary. On top of this, Jennings co-founded Easyclaims, a company that helps collision centres in Canada share their capacity in real-time with their insurance partners.

“We are very excited to have Phil on our team. His Industry experience, knowledge and contacts will be a key in helping us develop in the Alberta market for Uniparts,” said Mike Kaplaniak, Vice President of Uniparts. 

Jennings’ new responsibilities will involve growing and managing the Uniparts OEM supplier network, as well as ensuring the best-in-class service to all new and future bodyshop customers. In his day-to-day duties, Jennings will also be responsible for looking after existing and future ProgiParts users.

“I’m really excited to be joining a great company like Uniparts, and the corporate culture and management team have made me feel very welcome,” said Jennings. “My appointment comes at a great time for the Alberta market and I’m excited and proud to be representing Uniparts in the west.”

Jennings can be reached by email to philjennings@unipartsoem.com or by phone at 403-922-5899.

For more information about Uniparts, please visit unipartsoem.com.

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