Transtar promotes new EVP of business development

Transtar promotes new EVP of business development

Transtar Industries has promoted Kevin Rozsa from vice president of marketing to executive vice president of business development. 

Transtar says that this move reflects the organization’s appetite to pursue meaningful growth opportunities through partnerships and acquisitions in 2022 and beyond. 

“Kevin has been on Transtar’s leadership team in various roles for more than two decades. He’s a true aftermarket industry expert of nearly 40 years, and in his new role, he will help to identify partnerships we should establish to continue serving customers,” said Transtar CEO Neil Sethi.

“Vehicles are becoming increasingly complex, our customers’ needs are changing, and Transtar is evolving alongside the market,” Rozsa commented. “We are exploring new product offerings and relationships that will best support the repair shop of the future.” 

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